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I Am Boleyn, a stuns stars in LA with mesmerizing synth-pop

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I Am Boleyn, a stuns stars in LA with mesmerizing synth-pop

You’ve probably heard of Depeche Mode, New Order, Toro y Moi and of course Robyn.

Now pop-synth icons welcome a new talent hailing from London, England.

The stunning I am Boleyn made it crystal clear she’s here to stay with a smash debut in Los Angeles last weekend. In a simply divine all-silver outfit, the newest star in synth-pop wowed the crowd at The Peppermint Club, where LA’s elite was also in attendance.

Enjoying the performance was Chelsea Clinton’s husband along with E! News personality Jason Kennedy. The crowd also included Million Dollar Listing New York’s William McLarnon and heavy-duty American investor Marc Mezvinsky.

I Am Boleyn was under-stated, stunning and surreal. Her glittery silver palms waved mysteriously, complementing the new sound of her new hits. Supporting her at the event were rising stars Jodi Mash, LOU, Luke Burr, and Azra.

The newcomer’s hypnotic single “Too Much” is an honest serving of drinking to mask our feelings. The artist showcases her talents in this song that reveals the darker side of drinking. I Am Boleyn dives straight into it: “This track will speak to anyone who drank “too much” because someone made them feel inferior and insecure in some way. It’s about reclaiming the night then and there.”

Her hypnotizing recent work invokes the rich starkness of electro-noir entangled with the unique influence of Robyn, Goldfrapp, Mo, and MS MR.

And she’s not just a pretty face with a well of talent.

I Am Boleyn was born in St. Petersberg, Russia; she studied history at Oxford before performing all over London and New York. And if that wasn’t enough, you’ll see her as the new face of the New York-based fashion label La Ligne. A true talent to keep your eyes on.

 

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