Hello folks! I Believe You comes out next week, and I couldn’t be more excited to share it with you. I’m releasing it first on Bandcamp because this site is the most supportive of artists, and I’m donating 50% of the proceeds made in the first month to SAVIS of Halton. I will also be donating 50% of the donations made for the livestream concert next Friday to SAVIS to support their work empowering survivors and providing community education. I Believe You has become a signature part of my performances, and I hope you’ll consider adding it to your future playlist.

Hello folks! I know it’s been a couple of months since I’ve written here, the world has been strange. I’m excited to announce my new song I Believe You is coming out on October 2nd, and I am celebrating with a livestream concert on FB. 50% of the proceeds will go to SAVIS of Halton to support their work against sexual violence.

See you there,

Saffron A

Hello folks!

I’ve been quiet on here the past month and a half. The Black Lives Matter movement has given me reason to pause, reflect, and further educate myself. I hope you all have taken the time to do the same!

I released Patterns Repeating earlier this month, and it is free to download on Bandcamp. My friend Jasmine Cedar Panacheese did the stunning artwork. Please donate to a local charity that is doing work to support BIPOC folks in your community!

Listen to Patterns Repeating here

This song is about our power as people-individually and collectively. These times of quarantine are uncertain for most, and for folks experiencing domestic violence it is beyond terrifying. Before COVID-19, intimate partner violence was on the rise in Canada. Now with enforced isolation, there has been a surge. Women’s Shelters and Sexual Assault Centres have had to endure cuts in funding as the need for their services grows.

Power was recorded live at a concert before quarantine. The audience singing gives me chills every time I listen to the track. 50% of the proceeds from this song will be donated to my local sexual assault centre to support their work in my community.


Cover Art by Magickal Support Group

The video for Survivor is officially live! I recorded it in -3 C with my friend Benjamin Dakota Rogers in Mount Pleasant.

I found out the sign for the general store my grandparents owned was a part of the set for filming! This surprise made the video even more special to me.

Watch, listen, share.