Ali Berke Presents ‘Stepford Wives’

Ali Berke has recently released a new work named “Stepford Wives,” which feels like a unique combination of melodic songwriting and thought-provoking lyricism. Hailing from New York, Ali has quickly developed a following due to her ability to combine melodic hooks with clever wordplay. “Stepford Wives” is a perfect example of her style’s evolution. The song was released on June 14th, and it’s already amassing impressive numbers on streaming platforms. In addition, Ali is taking her music on the road. She is on a quest to play her songs and sing the US National Anthem at as many stadiums as possible. So far, she appeared at 14 such venues, including iconic landmarks such as Boston’s Fenway Park and Citi Fields in Queens, only to mention a few. She is on her way to making a dream (and a world record) come true: becoming the first to ever sing the National Anthem at all 30 baseball stadiums! Meanwhile, she is still working on her originals, and “Stepford Wives” is just as uplifting and remarkable as the artist’s breathtaking and impactful live shows, which are truly worthy of a stadium audience.

The title ‘Stepford Wives’ is a nod to the 1972 satirical novel by Ira Levin, where the wives living in a seemingly perfect suburb are submissive, docile, and devoted to pleasing their husbands. However, as the story unfolds, the truth is far from what it seems! With this reference, Ali proudly stands as a beacon for women’s independence, empowerment, and self-expression, inspiring all who listen to her music.

Find out more about Ali Berke and listen to “Stepford Wives,” now available on streaming services.