DeathByRomy talks dropping out of school to pursue her career, her fear of subways, getting kicked out of 6th grade choir, and performs an exclusive rendition of “Fiending For A Lover” live in studio
DeathByRomy is unique amongst KN guests in that she’s been navigating the major label system since the beginning of her career. While most of our prior guests have years of independent building and experimenting outside of the spotlight, she was pursued and signed by a major label at while most kids would still be in high school. It seems like a complex and intimidating task for anyone, let alone a teenager, but she’s been doing a bang up job so far. We talk extensively about her experience being signed to a major, being given the room to grow as an artist, find her sound, and build her team.
Born and raised in Los Angeles, Romy grew up in the heart of the entertainment industry and knew she wanted to be a singer and songwriter from a very young age. There’s video footage floating around of the first fully structured song – verse, hook, and bridge – she wrote when barely even elementary aged. Romy has a warehouse party aesthetic, and a stadium sized sound. It’s only a matter of time until she’s ruling the radio airwaves, so we’re glad to have the opportunity to showcase her now.
Tune in to hear us talk about dropping out of school to pursue her career, her fear of subways, getting kicked out of 6th grade choir, and watc her perform an exclusive rendition of “Fiending For A Lover” live in studio.