What is your genre of music?
Pop, Dream-Pop, Indie-pop
What made you go into music?
I’ve been in love with music probably since I was in my mother’s womb. She told me she would often play classical music during her pregnancy and when I was a baby, so I think that contributed a great deal to my passion for music.
Are you signed?
Not at the moment, but very open to being signed to a label that shares my vision and understands what I want to do and where I wanna take my music.
You have released your new single ‘Witch of LA’, tell us more about the single.
This is one of the most anticipated songs from the EP Camieland. I wrote this song about a year ago, but we decided it was worth waiting for an October release. Even though the song is not specifically a “Halloween song” It is certainly a. good fit for October. This gives people a little glimpse of what goes on inside my mind, kind of like “Camieland” (the previews single) but with a darker twist, a witchy one.
What is the meaning behind the single?
I’ve always been very interested in the supernatural, the celestial world. I’m a big believer that there are different mystical planes around us, and with those mystical beings. I’ve had my fair share of paranormal encounters to speak on behalf of that. So, I felt like I wanted to write a song about that.
Describe the track in two words.
Mystical and Catchy.
What was the recording process like? Who did you work with on the single?
It was extremely fun, from beginning to end. The recording process was made with one of my best friends; Beto Vargas. Honestly, I couldn’t have asked for a better partner in this whole process, he’s understood my vision from the start and has made an incredible production for every single song! I’m very lucky I get to work in what I love besides my closest friends. ‘
Will we see an EP or Album and if so, what can we expect?
Absolutely. “Witch of LA” is already the third song of the EP Welcome to Camieland. The following song titled “Colorblind” will come out mid-January, so stay very tuned.
What else can we expect in 2020?
The rest of 2020 will be filled with possible teasers for the next single and some more live shows.
Do you have any collaborations coming up with any upcoming artists? Not for the rest of 2020, but I’m talking to a few artists to do some collabs with next year.
Would you be up for collaborations if other musicians wanted one with you?
Of course! I’m always up to collab with other artists. I think It’s a great way to join forces and reach even more people. It’s pretty special, too.
Do you play any instruments?
Yes, I play the piano and the guitar.
Who are your influences?
Definitely Fleetwood Mac; I love their Mystical vibe and their lyrics. As far as modern artists go, I love Demi Lovato and SIA.
What was the song you listened to most that influenced you to go more into the music scene?
There wasn’t really one specific song but rather a combination of many. Between anything from The Beatles, Sia, Fleetwood Mac, and even movie scores from John Williams and Danny Elfman. And a guilty pleasure Britney Spears really made me want to make hits.
What’s the best advice you have ever been given?
See the good in every situation, no matter how hard it is.
What advice would you give to aspiring musicians, not about the industry and just as an artist?
Keep staying motivated, creative, and confident. Don’t let your self-doubt bring you down or stop you. Embrace your uniqueness and keep moving forward.
What quote or saying do you always stick by?
“Do everything a little bit so you get to do it forever!” Balance.
Where in your hometown is a must go to visit?
Salento! My city Pereira is located in the coffee region of Colombia, and Salento is a little adorable town about 20 mins from Pereira, where you can get the best coffee and really get to experience authentic cafetero culture.
When you are at a gig, what are 5 things you cannot forget?
-My phone-My guitar-My notebook-My prayers-Myself
Do you have social media accounts so your fans can follow you?