Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter Zella Day blends modern pop with a touch of Western Bohemian flair. A native of Arizona, she was raised in a small mountain town near Phoenix, where her parents ran a cafe and art space whose creative clientèle helped to nurture her musical interests. Eventually she relocated to L.A. She became known by covering the White Stripes’ “Seven Nation Army”. Soon after she adopted a more pop-oriented sound, which led some to call her “a happier sounding Lana Del Rey”. Her first single, “Sweet Ophelia”/”1965”, was released in April of last year. She also released her self-titled debut EP on California’s indie label B3SCI Records. Now she’s preparing to release her debut album, Kicker. Take a listen below and enjoy!