Los Angeles-based singer/songwriter Zella Time blends contemporary pop with some American Bohemian flair. A indigenous of Az, she grew up in a little mountain city near Phoenix, where her parents went a cafe and artwork space whose innovative clients helped to nurture her musical passions. Picking up your guitar at age group nine, she was composing her first music within a couple of years, influenced with the traditional singer/songwriter information in her parents’ collection and her tough natural surroundings. Ultimately relocating to L.A., Time initial came to see when her 2012 acoustic cover from the Light Stripes’ “Seven Country Army” began accumulating the strikes on YouTube. Shortly she followed a lusher, pop-oriented audio, which led some critics to make reference to her being a happier-sounding Lana Del Rey. Her initial single, “Special Ophelia”/”1965,” found its way to Apr 2014, and in Oct of that yr she released her self-titled debut EP on California indie B3SCI Information. In 2015, Day time released her full-length studio room recording Kicker, which presented creation from Wally Gagel and Xandy Barry (aka Polish Ltd.).