If you’re not already in love with Cassy London, you will be after listening to her new single “Rabbit Hole” . The new single was premiered on Sweety High today and Cassy London sat down to chat with them.
Check out the premiere HERE !
While Cassy London’s golden locks and gloss-slick fuchsia lips are immediately striking, she embodies polarities: surface beauty and depth, vulnerability and resilience. She is the girl next door, but possesses elite star quality. Her lyrics speak of difficult love, potential bliss, and a mixture of vagueness and vividness that infiltrates real life.
Born and raised in Southern California, Cassy began her musical journey at age six and went on to become a classically trained vocalist. She is known for her signature voice which has been described as a mix of angelic rock and soulful legato. Cassy cites Stevie Nicks, Lady Gaga, Kate Hill and Amy Lee among others as her musical influences. As a songwriter, she has co-written and collaborated with Grammy Award winning artists and producers, in which during that time she developed her own unique style of writing and craft. She maintains that while hitting musical notes is essential, creating emotion and emphasis must truly draw in the listener. As a storyteller whose narrative spans across formats, from song to video and digital media, her story arc compels the audience.
While Cassy has always been a performer- whether in musical theatre, singing at Carnegie Hall, or touring, she gained popularity posting covers on Youtube and competing in the Miss California pageant. In 2014, she released her first single “Carousel” along with a video that immediately generated buzz and joined the High School Nation tour last year. In 2015, her second single “Wonderland” was successfully released on US radio. Currently, Cassy is teasing us with a new video featuring the song “Magic” from her upcoming EP. “With all the noise in today’s society, it’s more important now to escape from the world’s constant speed, and to soul search,” she says “music is my way to take that break and dig into the raw creativity I had as a child; that we all had as children.”