Indie-folk singer-songwriter Leah Halili is set to premiere her first solo single “Fourth Of July.”
Brimming with delicate arrangements and lush vocals, “Fourth of July” is her first official release outside of The Ransom Collective, which she is still a part of.
According to Halili, the song is about “that warm, fuzzy feeling that you get after meeting the person you like. These moments evoke the joy and happiness this special day brings to a lot of people on the other side of the world.”
Following the official announcement through a teaser video, Leah Halili has been giving a sneak peek into the behind-the-scenes details of her upcoming solo release, which includes home studio sessions and recording previews of her new track.
Leah Halili makes confessional folk-pop songs that memorialize small, intimate details and resonant experiences with a stripped-down direction. The 27-year-old singer-songwriter is currently working on an upcoming EP to be independently released soon, with “Fourth Of July” as its first single.
With music influences that range from Bon Iver to Lucy Rose, Leah Halili challenges herself to find new dimensions in writing heartfelt songs about love, the lack of it, and its fugitive presence to most of us. Leah is also the bassist and vocalist of acclaimed six-piece band, The Ransom Collective.