Singer-Songwriter Paloma O’Leary Shares Vulnerable New EP “Siren Song”

Whether she’s volunteering for organizations such as Shakira’s Pies Descalzos Foundation in Colombia, interning at the University of Maryland’s Center for Environmental Science, hosting ocean conservation groups for student lectures or recording new music, Paloma O’Leary’s passion for helping others and her desire to make the planet a better place is evident. It’s always a plus when an artist is able to pair their external passions with their passion for music. And the talent really shines; in her new EP produced by Ali Stone and BAT Studios, Paloma delivers a vulnerable, bilingual masterpiece – pulling listeners in like a siren from the very start! Paying tribute to her Latina roots, she channels inspiration from artists like Alejandro Sanz and Shakira. Her Spanish and English lyrics intertwine with ballad rhythms and flamenco-laced melodies creating a lush soundscape from the very start. She may be new to the scene but her talents are that of a true music veteran!

If you’d like to learn more about Paloma, follow her on Instagram HERE for the scoop!

You can listen to her very first EP on Spotify HERE!

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