Sunshine Valley’s Ashley Pater appears in her new music video “Stuck on You.” Pater has been hard at work creating new music and participating in virtual events and tours. (Screenshot/Ashley Pater)

Sunshine Valley’s Ashley Pater appears in her new music video “Stuck on You.” Pater has been hard at work creating new music and participating in virtual events and tours. (Screenshot/Ashley Pater)

Sunshine Valley’s Ashley Pater releases new single

‘Stuck on You’ has been viewed more than 20,000 times

Sunshine Valley songstress Ashley Pater recently recently rolled out a romantic, intimate single.

The Hope area singer dropped “Stuck on You”in late March, an emotional, relatable ode to the vulnerability of romance.

Now available for play worldwide on Blast FM, “Stuck on You” highlights how Pater’s voice shines through in an acoustic setting. The lyric and music videos are both available on her YouTube channel.

The pandemic slowed down Pater’s ability to connect with her fans in-person, but she’s taken the time to work on her music. She was also featured as a character on the Western Canada Tour with a reality TV tour called RiseUpTV, which is available on ROKU and continuing as the tour gets set to hit the road next month.

Pater is also preparing to release a new EP in May, accompanied with a lyric and acoustic video.

Pater has gained some international fame, too. She was featured as an artist on Wish USA. Three of her songs are featured in the top 40 Galaxy Pop Charts in New Zealand and has been nominated for seven categories for the Red Carpet Awards in Holland.

Before the pandemic, Pater performed more than 150 shows in 2019, including a performance in front of 100,000 people.

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