Attalie Anne’s relatable, catchy sound will leave every listener humming her hooks for days. Her first song, “Things I Said,” was written at age 14, and released when she was 16, on her first EP, by the same name, in November 2021. (LISTEN NOW)
Attalie grew up in a home surrounded by cameras and creativity, with a mom who is a designer and lifestyle blogger. She inherited her Dad’s diverse music tastes, enjoying everything from Classic Rock and Indie to French Pop. She is an avid playlist creator, with over 229 playlists and counting. Her father sent her off to sleep singing lullaby versions of Johnny Cash and church hymns.
When Attalie was 14, she bought a ukulele and learned some basic chords from a friend. While she enjoyed strumming her favorite cover tunes, her ukulele (she named Ooku) provided an outlet for music she didn’t even realize was stirring within. Drawing from a book of poetry she had been writing for years, Attalie began structuring her songs.
Not merely a songwriter, but a writer in general, Attalie enjoys reading almost as much as she loves listening to music. Lyrical quips and puns are her cup of tea. She loves language and collects unusual words and character names for the stories she creates. The play on words and quirky twists in her lyrics are a delight to experience.
Oct 2021 – Things I Said EP Press Release (PDF file)
Oct 2021 – Things I Said EP Fact Sheet (PDF file)
Loop 101 Media
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