LA artist


is entering autumn

in style.

Her newest release,

which dropped

in the middle

of October,

is the four song

EP known as

Wherever it May Be.

Courtesy of

Fête Records

and with some

bass assistance

from Alex Szotek,

the groovin' project

acts as a fine

follow up

to Does This Make Sense,

Cehryls collaborative

2016 EP

with Kwame.

Damn, “Napalm”

is so good.