Solovay is an alt-pop writer and performer based in New York City. She began learning to play guitar, sing and write poetry at age six. By thirteen, she was performing at open mic nights around NYC, and by fourteen, she was being booked at the same venues to play full sets of her own original material. While still in high school, she released two EPs and several singles, many of which were featured in a variety of movies and TV shows. In addition to touring extensively around the Northeast, Solovay also opened for John Mayer and Train. Even the New York Times took notice and profiled her in an article describing her dual life as a student and a musician. Throughout college, Solovay kept writing, performing, and developing her distinct alt pop sound, which she describes as “darker than Taylor Swift’s 1989 but lighter than Lorde’s Pure Heroine.” In her lyrics, she reflects on significant relationships in her life, using them as vehicles for self-examination. After graduation, Solovay moved back to NYC and picked up right where she left off. She plans to release new music in the new year.