“March On Girl” the title of Faith Schueler’s latest single, signals the South Carolina born singer’s desire to reach the top of her hyper competitive industry and inspire others on her way to the top. Faith sings of marching through life’s battles and growing stronger every day in the face of adversity. You can hear in Faith’s voice how thankful she is for the women that paved the way for her and inspired her country music career.
We recently had a chance to catch up with Faith and chat about her journey and her latest single “March On Girl”.
Worlds Of Country : Who would you say were your biggest musical influences growing up?
Faith: Martina McBride, Carrie Underwood, Miranda Lambert they were all super inspirational and inspiring. Especially as women in country music I really looked up to them. One of my favorite songs was “This One’s For The Girls” by Martina McBride me and my mom would listen to it all the time. They definitely inspired me growing up.
Worlds Of Country: When did you first know you wanted to be a country artist?
Faith: I have always had a passion for music from a young age I knew that I liked country music from a very young age, so it’s something I knew pretty early on. I didn’t really take it seriously until around the age of 13 when I started writing songs, I knew this was what I wanted to do.
Worlds Of Country: What has been the biggest obstacle you’ve faced in your carrer so far?
Faith: Probably one of the biggest obstacles starting this career from such a young age my peers didn’t really understand what I was doing or trying to do and my biggest was pushing through that a reminding myself that it doesn’t matter what other people think and if you have a dream you should pursue that with your whole heart. I had to overcome that and understand that I didn’t necessarily have the support from everybody all the time but I kept pushing through. I don’t regret it one bit because otherwise I would not be where I am today.
Worlds Of Country: Your latest single “March On Girl” seems to have a similar message
Faith: Definitely that’s what inspired “March On Girl” I constantly kept reminding myself to keep pushing because it’s definitely not easy pursuing this career as a musician because there are so many people doing what you’re doing and really have to stick out something has to make you unique, why do people want to listen to Faith Schueler? Why do people want to listen to my music? That was another big reason I wrote this song because I believe that no matter who you are and no matter what you’re trying to do it’s important to keep going. I kept telling myself to march on. I also thought about my friends and family and the hardships that they’ve been through and what I’d want to tell them.
Worlds Of Country: Do you see “March On Girl” as a part of a bigger project?
Faith: “March On Girl” is definitely a a part of a bigger project. I believe this song has a lot to say. I’ve had regular people reach to me and tell me that this song has really helped them through hardships. It’s incredible to hear this because it means that my music is making a bigger impact than I could ever imagine. That is so important to me so I really have taken this song and I am working a project that I’ll be announcing in about a week or so. I want this song to be so inspirational I want everyone who hears it to take it to heart and understand that we all go through hardships and battles and that it’s important to march on.
You can listen to Faith’s new single wherever you listen to music and we look forward to hearing what she has coming up!
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