Little Spiral, a.k.a. Suzanne Yada, is a piano-pop singer/songwriter who writes at the intersection of technology and heart. She mixes her indie pop, classical, blues and electronic influences with her background in poetry, media, and the internet to create clever little piano pop songs for the digital age.
“…a mélange of classical, folk, and blues elements showcased through her luscious voice, mad piano skills, and occasional synths. Her heartfelt lyrics such as “if your wildest dreams are all coming true, maybe your dreams aren’t wild enough” captivate listeners and tug at their souls.”
—Lia Lowe, Sunny Song Up
Kin delivers intimate indie pop with a haunting soprano. Her influences include Joni Mitchell; 90s alt-pop goddesses Alanis Morissette and Dolores O’Riordan (The Cranberries); the genre-busting French musician, Christine & The Queens; and feminist, immigrant artists like comedian Ali Wong and Jane the Virgin actress Gina Rodriguez.
“I’ve lived my whole life terrified of being criticized. But there’s a kind of ecstasy to being shamelessly yourself. Fully-expressed. I’m hungry for that now. I think a lot of people are.”