Leah's soon-to-be-released EP is fueled with explorations of banjo, lap steel, violins and Keith Urban influenced guitar solos, along with her love of indie-pop style synth and electronic flourishes. She is casually bewitching fans through abstract electronic twists, and has artfully found a way to blend that work. Her lyrics are simple and catchy, but with deeply real emotions of experience, she speaks to the hearts of listeners, not only her age, but of all generations. All of these elements point to an artist wise beyond her years. When paired with her edgy look, this fusion creates a punchy modern feel that is bringing a whole new young female presence to Modern Country Music.
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