Los Angeles, CA–For Fionna Faulk, music has been a lifelong love affair. The LA-based singer/songwriter first started writing and playing music at eight years old, recording jingles and pretend concerts with her siblings on an old tape recorder. Soon, the Ohio native was playing drums for her local church and learning how to play guitar, a road that would eventually lead to the release of her debut EP, The Stadium of Saints Project, in 2006. Faulk is at it again with To You, her follow-up EP that was released to iTunes and other outlets on October 12, 2010.
“I feel like this EP is an exciting journey into the way my mind works when I create songs,” Faulk says of To You. “There’s always more to my songs that I can hear, other than just my guitar and my voice.” Whereas The Stadium of Saints Project was an all-acoustic project, the songs on To You, which were recorded at Ante Up Audio with producer Michael Seifert (Colbie Caillat, Regina Spektor, Lifehouse), experiment with everything from alternative rock and heartfelt pop/rock to modern jazz and country-inspired ballads, an array of styles and sounds that showcase Faulk’s songwriting and musical versatility.
Drawing comparisons to the likes of Norah Jones, Brandi Carlile and Michelle Branch, Faulk is eager to see what else is in store for her budding career. A journey that began as a young girl in Alliance, OH, has wound its way to the release of To You, but Faulk knows there’s much more of her story still to be written. “To You,” she says, “is just a glimpse into what my music has the ability to become.”
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