FLAVIA, Loud Forest, Olivia Grace
901 E 1st St
Los Angeles, CA, 90012
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With a sound reminiscent of a modern-day Nancy Sinatra meets Adele, this Los Angeles-based siren is on the edge of becoming a household name. Having released powerhouse singles debuting all over the media, there are exciting things on the horizon for this alt-pop rising star originally from Texas.
Having been heavily influenced by Nancy Sinatra, Johnny Cash, and David Bowie, BELLSAINT began polishing her craft and earned her stripes writing for other artists, including Natalie Imbruglia and The Script’s Danny O’Donoghue. In time, she collaborated with legendary composers like Giorgio Moroder (Daft Punk) & Paul Williams (David Bowie, Daft Punk) and had songs placed in a Volkswagen Super Bowl commercial, ADIDAS commercial, as well as popular TV shows like Riverdale, Shameless, The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, NBC's Rise, The Vampire Diaries, NBC's Titan Games, Pretty Little Liars, Famous in Love, and Tyler Perry's box office hit Boo 2! A Madea Halloween.
Her haunting cover of REM’s “Losing My Religion” reached #1 on Hype Machine and earned her plenty of industry and blog buzz, gaining love from Extra, Refinery29, Elle, Galore Magazine, and prompted Us Weekly to call BELLSAINT their favorite new artist.
BELLSAINT is excited to be releasing her first official EP in the fall of 2019.
Life is exhilarating and heartbreaking and ridiculous. Might as well make the most of it as you burn it all down. Oh, and definitely love yourself. These are themes in Flavia’s lyrics.
There is a tangible strength in her music, an unapologetic curiosity about life, love and sexuality. Layered over fluid and powerful beats that make you dance hips first. Eyes closed, middle finger up, smile on your face.
An electronic singer-songwriter, and producer who’s lived in Ireland, Italy, and just about every corner of the US before landing in LA.
Her live show is a sonic and visual experience with colourful light and projection displays. This year she performed at SXSW in Austin, various festivals on the West coast and released her debut single Hateful.
The music of Loud Forest is an artistic, emotional approach to rock shot through with everything from alternative to pop to folk to gospel to shoegaze. Add then tender lyricism and the clean fluidity of modern pop production.
The band was founded by husband-and-wife duo, Bernard and Rachel Chadwick. Doused in indie credibility from years of self-releases, homemade microphones and hosting shows in their experimental art space in Pasadena, Calif., it is easy to call up like souls in their influences Arcade Fire, The Pixies, Sonic Youth and Mavis Staples.
Olivia Grace is as a pleasurable break from the norm. Whether she’s writing about candy hearts and white picket fences or cheap thrills and motels, the quirky indie pop singer-songwriter tells tales with a playful approach to the madness.