Felicity is an artist that commands attention. Her powerhouse vocals are inescapable with a sweeping range as she effortlessly soars over raw and honest instrumentation. At only 18, she has the precision and emotive prowess of a world-class act with the intimacy and uncompromising creativity of an independent artist. Born in Australia, raised in Cape Town, South Africa, and after completing her senior year of high school in Denver, CO she has at last landed in New York City.
Felicity first hit the public radar with her debut single “Poison,” which quickly amassed 64,000 plays on SoundCloud and 400,000 plays on Spotify. The piano ballad was followed up by “Burnt Sugar,” which harnesses her hip-hop influence with clever one-liners paired with soaring vocals. Now, Felicity is ready to launch her next chapter with powerful new single “Pilot With A Fear Of Heights.” The idea for the song came to Felicity as she was landing in New York, “I was looking out of the window, down onto the skyline right as we were about to begin our descent and realized just how high up we were, which took my train of thought on a whole new tangent of fear, how people have different kinds of them, and that a fear of heights is not uncommon. I then imagined being a pilot with a fear of heights, and found the irony amusing and the concept even more so: the idea that someone could be so very destined for something and yet be so afraid to fulfill it.”