Hollings started singing at the age of 5 in the forest of her backyard in Georgia. She was trained in choirs and an arts high school in Atlanta, which led to performing with Josh Groban. She started her first band Beat the Grid (with cellist/producer Daniel Frankhuizen and other Ithaca College music students) at 19 years old. A dance-rock blend of funk, afrobeat, and jazz, their first album was released in 2013, and promoted by AAM, Inc. They lived & played in NYC from 2012-2015.
For the last 7 years, Hollings has regularly performed with rock, electronic, and reggae projects (such as Double Tiger and The Crucials, feat. members of John Brown's Body & Jimkata) and written vocals for electronic & hip-hop with artists Ethereal, Made Groceries, Glass Meadow. She is featured on soundscape artist Nathan Moody's album A Shadow No Light Could Make.
Hollings paints an eclectic rock dream with haunting layered vocals, R & B rhythms, shimmery synths, and storytelling instrumentals in her 1st EP Necromancing (2018). It's a call to the unseen forces -- our ancestors, nature’s rhythms, and glimpses of the self through layers of conflicted perceptions. The cinematic sound was co-produced by Dana Billings and features players from around NY.
Hollings performs as a solo electronic artist, studies psychedelic therapies, and plans unique events in NY with her company Siren Styling.
Her most recent single "Fragments" was released Friday October 27. Stream here.