I used to make up songs and sing them as I rode my bike to school in 5th grade. It felt so good giving my feelings a melody as the wind ran its fingers through my hair. Never did I imagine that I would learn to play guitar and sing my thoughts a decade or so down the road. Never EVER did I image that I would be given the opportunity to sing those songs into a microphone with a producer cheering me on, bringing them to life. Wow.
A year ago I wrote a song from a broken moment looking for hope. I called it "See the Light". This month I took the step and put that song out for the world to hear thanks to my best friend KayKay for surprising me with the studio time and the talented Dylan Bauld for taking the time and believing in me enough to record it.
Recording the sad, weird and honest songs from my bedroom coping sessions was never part of the plan but I am grateful to have had several influences who have encouraged me not to keep it to myself. I don't know if anyone will like my songs but sharing this big part of my heart feels right. Thank you to everyone who has loved me, broken my heart, encouraged me, discouraged me and everything in between to lead me to my today. I give you, my musical persona: NOMADELINE. You can find my first single on Itunes, Spotify, Amazon and Soundcloud. More to come. xx
P.S. TO EVERYONE WHO HAS EVER CREATED SOMETHING AND IS UNSURE ABOUT SHARING OR PURSUING IT: