Sparxsea is an artist who blends acoustic instrumentation, deep vocals and down-tempo beats with adroit lyricism and a modern folk sensibility to create a sound entirely her own. In tradition of cross-genre acts such as Postal Service, Sufjan Stevens, and Colbie Caillat, Sparxsea’s music weaves between intimate anthems and inspiriting psalms that deal with hard hitting topics like loneliness and depression as it captures the essence of healing and salvation. On her 2018 debut EP, SHINE, Sparxsea navigated a lyrical road map through accepting the loss of her mother to drugs and alcohol in 2011. This rise from darkness to empowerment is the very essence of Sparxsea’s music, and it has helped her songs find life in every corner of the globe. Her songs and videos are currently being streamed in over fifty countries and have gained notable exposure in the UK, Japan, Russia, Germany, France and of course Canada and the US, to name a few. Sparxsea got her professional launch when her tracks “On The Sea” and “Painters” were featured on the compilation “Naked & Free” (Penumbra Recordings, 2015). Her most recent release “Don’t Let The Fire Die” is featured on the 2019 Damnationland Film Festival Soundtrack and was the title track at the festival. Following the success of SHINE, Sparxsea is back in the studio working on her sophomore effort, entitled “On The Sea”. The album is being co-produced by Will Holland (Pixies, Fall Out Boy, Dead Can Dance) and Will Bradford (SeepeopleS, Nth Power, TheWorst), and is being recorded at the legendary Chillhouse Studios in Boston, MA. On May 15th, Sparxsea drops her first single from the record, “Little Wooden Boat.” The Music Video was edited and directed by Darrell Foster and features solo sailor Holly Martin (Wind Hippie Sailing) on her solo circumnavigation of the globe. Fore more info on Sparxsea and Holly Martin.