Around the ninth time of year of the tv screen singing competition The Tone of voice, one singer’s acoustic renderings of pop hits helped carry her towards the semi-finals. Amy Lynn Vachal, a half-Filipina vocalist/songwriter from Somerset, NJ, auditioned with “Desire a Little Imagine Me” and got on Pharrell Williams’ group (she was later on “taken” by Adam Levine through the “Knockout” circular). Nevertheless, her life strategy didn’t originally consist of singing. Developing up inside a mixed-race family members, she was affected by her dad and his like of bluegrass and aged gospel-soul. She graduated from Swarthmore University in Pennsylvania having a dual main in economics and artwork, but after a distressing head injury suffered around the lacrosse field, she delved into music as a way of curing and therapy. In 2011, she released her 1st EP, Appleseed, and adopted it 3 years later on with Crinkle Growth. After securing an area on The Tone of voice, she place her spin on tunes by Drake, Taylor Swift, Bob Dylan, as well as *NSync before she was removed through the semi-finals. She started focus on her first genuine full-length by the end of 2015.