Singer/songwriter, producer, and multi-instrumentalist Rae Isla is creating a new narrative for spirituality within the LGBTQIA community. Hailing from a small island near Seattle, she now resides in Brooklyn. With a slew of successful singles kickstarting her career—“Mexico”, produced by Gianluca Buccellati (Lana Del Rey, Tei Shi), and “Just Because”, produced alongside rising pop artist Dominique, the music video of which debuted on MTV Latin America—and a self-produced EP “No Longer Blue” under her belt, Rae Isla has carved a space for her genre-blending songs. Her recent release, “American Paradise” showcases her evolving sound, being described as “vaguely reminiscent of old Irish folk songs” (Popdust) and “Americana and even a touch of country in the sliding guitars and wistful writing” (Complex)
Dubbed an “Artist to Watch” (The Deli NYC) and called “A Godsent” (Highlark Magazine), Rae Isla is set to be a part of a new wave of indie female musicians whose careers are built on their own terms, and whose art is realized from within.