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Daisy Maude Drops “Volcano”

Inspired by the world around her, Daisy Maude is able to create music that is as captivating as the landscapes that surround her. It’s these beautiful terrains that inspired her upcoming single, “Volcano.”

Listen to “Volcano”:

Growing up in the small town of Flagstaff Arizona, Daisy was surrounded by some of the most iconic scenery the world has to offer. From the heavy snowstorms throughout the winter, to monsoons in the summer, to the mountainous dry terrain that surrounded her; it’s clear why Daisy incorporates the breathtaking environment in her songwriting.

What truly inspired “Volcano” was Flagstaff’s San Francisco Peak, a volcano range that surrounds her hometown. “I always wanted to write about these volcanoes because I’ve always been fascinated by them. Looking at a beautiful volcano, it’s so perfect and pristine, but it’s also something that can bring so much destruction.”

Looking at the juxtaposition, Daisy was able to wholeheartedly relate it to her life. “This is how I can be in a relationship sometimes. I think a lot of people are, once they open up and are vulnerable it becomes too much and they explode.”

Writing about the world around her isn’t the only way Daisy takes in natures landscapes. An avid mountain biker and snowboarder, Daisy continues to push the limits across all terrains to get a first hand experience at how stunning the world can be. Her passion for extreme sports brought Daisy to the Olympic training camp twice, and she was the number one in the state competing nationally in mountain biking.

Now Daisy took a step back from her extreme sports career to focus more her passion for music. Attending Berklee college of music’s online classes pursuing a career in Electronic Production and Sound Design, Daisy was able to learn more about music production. “Its so fun to make a song when you have an idea on your own time, rather than the wait of of setting up sessions.”

Volcano” is the first track Daisy Maude is dropping in 2019, with many more to come throughout the year. Her songs will continue to showcase her ability to write about what moves her, moving us to new heights higher than the mountains she bikes on.

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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