Anna Baldree is a Tennessee native who has always enjoyed singing. She got started exploring her voice in church and school choirs, and began writing her own songs at the age of 17. In 2016 she began studying Music Business at the University of Alabama, but returned home a few years later after the onset of COVID19. She made good use of the downtime, writing a collection of eight songs that are set to be released as a mini album later this year.
With shimmering layers of delicate vocals and an array of hook-filled melodies she explores themes of mental health, isolation, and nostalgia. Her music is deeply personal but also very accessible, as she leverages a melting pot of musical influences—ranging from staple 90s icons like The Cranberries, Radiohead, Mazzy Star, and Alanis Morissette all the way to mainstream icons like The 1975, Phoebe Bridgers, Soccer Mommy, and Taylor Swift. "Final Girl" explores a romantic sense of longing and unfulfilled fantasy, as we endure the all-too-common narrative of an attraction that only goes one way. Anna's music is impeccably produced and showcases her vocal talent as a worthy contemporary in the singer-songwriter and alt-pop space.