Release Date 06/04/2021
(Self-Released) NACC, SubModern
LA-based singer/songwriter Wallice shares her debut EP Off The Rails. The EP launches Wallice into the world and she is already being hailed as one of the most exciting new songwriters on the scene today. With an array of impressive singles already taking the world by storm, it’s easy to see why the world is ready for Wallice.
She first made her mark with “Punching Bag,” an instantly relatable lo-fi anthem on unrequited friendship, then came “23,” a tongue-in-cheek contemplation on the urgency to come of age. Next up was “Hey Michael” a hilarious and cutting observation on the perils of modern dating and questionable friendships and then Wallice dropped “Off The Rails” a song which serves her signature wit and razor sharp lyricism on an indie-pop platter of perfection.
Wallice was recently featured in Vogue’s musician portfolio alongside artists like Ant Clemons, Empress Of, Kaytranada, Sir Chloe, and more. She was recently been announced as part of Spotify's inaugural Fresh Finds independent artists program.
22-year-old Wallice began writing songs in middle school, contemplating secret crushes over instruments she learned to play in the school band, and armed with her trusty iPod maxed out by Weezer, Black Eyed Peas, Radiohead and Lana Del Rey. With Adrienne Lenker, Vampire Weekend, Men I Trust and The Drums on her current high-rotation, elements of both her past and present influences distill in Wallice’s sound - which feels sweet and nostalgic with a rowdy edge.
Wallice’s distinct and emotive voice led her to the New School’s Jazz Vocal Performance program in New York City. After a year, she decided to pack her bags and head back home to California to focus on her own music. Wallice linked back up with her childhood friend marinelli, who helped her develop a clearer direction for her voice and style. Starting with the release of her debut single “Punching Bag” in late 2020, Wallice has quickly become known for blending bedroom pop with the energy and ethos of indie rock. Her unapologetic, funny and often self-deprecating lyrics have seen her tracks embraced as hyper-relatable Gen-Z anthems, with her forthcoming EP promising many more to come.