If you like sad songs, passionate performers, and ridiculously awesome piano skills, you might have to make time to go see Fauna Halo perform live. Nashville Offbeat saw her perform a solo set at The End on May 26, and was blown away by the honesty she displayed on stage. From the content of her songs, to the raw emotion of her performance, you could tell that she was giving you her heart and daring you not to pay attention to it. She was reminiscent of Fiona Apple and Regina Spektor in both her musicality the way that she demanded your attention...And now, Nashville Offbeat is demanding that you go check out her music HERE.
Her latest single, “Calm Rage” sent shivers down my spine when I first heard it. The raw intensity of the lyrics paired with the cinematic style of production immediately flooded my mind with images that should be found only in a Hollywood thriller.
As we grow up, we evolve. We become stronger and smarter, we experience life for the good and the bad, and eventually we give in to our authentic selves and become "Who We Are."
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"I never want to create music that does not make people feel free. My hope and prayer is that people, no matter their background, can listen to my music and not only relate, but feel inspired and know there is hope."
Our good friends at Anchor Publicity just surpassed their two-year anniversary! That's right. They have been building bridges and helping artists for an entire two years now.
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