Emotive Los Angeles by way of Seattle rock phenom Bexley seemingly came out of the cradle with music as a driving force in her life, and has been singing as long as she can remember. At the age of 13 she decided that pre-recorded tracks to accompany her vocals didn’t cut it, so she picked up a guitar and taught herself to play a few of her favorite songs. From there creativity flowed and she realized she could write her own music. Bexley has spent the last 8 years honing those songwriting skills and building her musical chops, slugging it out in clubs in the Northwest at an age when most teens are still trying to decide what their passion is. Bexley adroitly combines her early Seattle roots and influences into an intoxicating mix of alternative-come-grunge that pays homage to her birthplace while remaining thoroughly modern. This is evidenced with the release of her debut single “Run Rabbit Run”, a song about female empowerment that showcases her guitar skills (she’s endorsed by Yamaha Guitars & Ernie Ball strings) and her unique vocal style that evokes comparisons to Shirley Manson and Lzzy Hale – with a dose of Chris Cornell thrown in for good measure.
Tour dates are currently being set to coincide with the launch her EP in January.