The pop singer and songwriter known as Larisa Gosla has released her debut EP record, “Suddenly.” The record contains six original tracks for an approximate total listening time of 25 minutes. It has been proudly published as an independent release without the support of the corporate music industry. Upbeat, pretty, and bursting with creative colors and sonic textures, “Suddenly” by Larisa Gosla is one of the most intriguing and unique records to drop in 2014.
Gosla, who performs and lives in Los Angeles, cites as main artistic influences pop favorites such as Jason Mraz, Marc Broussard, Sara Barreilles, Ingrid Michaelson, Peggy Lee, and Renee Olstead. As a singer, Gosla’s own tonal character is a surprising blend of the traditional and the singular, resulting in a high-quality, high-gloss timbre that lends itself exceptionally well to both melody and harmony. “Suddenly” by Larisa Gosla is a flawlessly executed and produced EP that is reminiscent of certain attributes of Feist, Regina Spektor, and Helen Reddy.
Writing candidly of the themes of her debut record, Gosla explains, “The messages I like to share in my music are ones that are uplifting and positive. Ones that show you the TRUTH of life and echo back those words of truth. Songs that MOVE you, that when you listen to the lyrics you know exactly how to feel. Things you can relate to in your own life. And lastly the message is one of hope and continuing strength.”
A natural performer, Gosla has been onstage since the age of five. She is a veteran performer of the famous nonprofit performing arts group, the Young Americans, with whom she toured both domestically and abroad. She has kept her chops sharp between gigs by performing in community theater and at a western theme park, in which capacity she has sung, danced, and even engaged in stunts. Gosla’s “Suddenly” EP represents the artist in her truest, purest form.
“Suddenly” by Larisa Gosla is available online worldwide. Fans of singer-songwriter music should get in early.
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