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.

Survivor Single Review

“Early in the track, the lyrics pull you into the telling story and make you feel it beyond your ears, in your heart,”

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Indie Artists to Tune into for the Winter Blues

“Saffron A is a local musician – based in Brantford – whose feminist hits will have you reflecting on your stories as she shares some of her own,”

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Listen to Survivor on all streaming platforms!

In the age of the #MeToo movement, this song validates and empowers the diverse stories of survivors of sexual violence. It is being released on International Women’s Day to celebrate the resiliency of those who have spoken out against perpetrators of abuse (IE Harvey Weinstein), those who have not been believed, and those who have yet to share their story. I see you, I hear you, I believe you.