Alethea | Light at the End of the Road

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Light at the End of the Road

by Alethea

Alethea, Zac Lavender and ZAMMStar team up with other awesome artists and musicians to create EP “Light at the End of the Road” about having hope in times of darkness
Genre: Folk: Folk-Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Answer
5:22 $0.99
2. Walkin'
3:51 $0.99
3. Don't Give up on Me
5:28 $0.99
4. Butterflies
3:28 $0.99
5. You Can Lose Everything
4:31 $0.99
6. New York State of Mind
4:04 $0.99
7. Light at the End of the Road
5:33 $0.99
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Album Notes
Hey! My name is Alethea and I'm a singer-songwriter.

I didn't used to be able to say that. In fact, when I used to say that, I would mumble, because it didn't sound right.

Now it does.

I've met some incredible artists, friends, and mentors who are pushing me and teaching me. The same people who you'll hear about more later. They are teaching me to be stronger - and less fearful.

That's what this E.P. is about. I feel like in today's world the media, the politicians, your grandma - everyone is telling you to be afraid. It's as if we are wheeling around like chickens with our heads cut off trying to drink and party more (or stay home watching Gilmore Girls) or whatever to distract ourselves from a world that seems to be falling apart. 

There is so much goodness and we forget because we are bombarded by messages of fear and negativity. We are distracted from the good and the things that matter. 

This EP is an attempt to speak to that fear. This EP is my attempt to define myself as an artist - which terrifies me and makes me feel so incredibly alive.

Now I'm in a couple bands, I write songs every-day, and I'm starting on my journey as an artist.

More information about my music can be found:

"Light at the End of the Road" is about having hope in times of darkness.

And it was created through a community of people I care about.

The People Involved and How to Find Out More

Zac Lavender: Producer

Zac Lavender is the reason this EP exists. Zac Lavender is a super talented producer and friend who has been in touch with me since the beginning. Most of the artistry, the instrumentals, and the vocals were conceived of and planned out by him.

Dani Felt: Backup Vocalist and Consultant

Dani Felt performs the backup vocals for the track. She is an incredible spiritual and giving person. Dani Felt has her own company, Dani Felt Consulting, which consulted this project.

James Ford: Drummer

James Ford is so talented and the most incredible, kind human you can meet. He recorded multiple layers on the drum tracks to add to the ambience of the sound. His band, Dorado, performs all over Portland, Oregon.

Ethan Kimberling: Graphic Designer

Ethan Kimberling works as a graphic designer for Dark Horse Comics in Portland, Oregon and has an amazing eye for design and layout.


Kali Albert: Artist

Kali Albert is the talented artist who designed the cover and believes in making this world a better place. She keeps herself busy with service and artist projects from feeding the homeless to designing community murals to working for coffee plantation owners in Peru.

Zammstar: Producers / The Sunset Kings: Instrumentalists

Zammstar, Allister Quilon and Zach Hughes, is an incredible production team located in Boston. Together they add so much style and a modern spin on two of the tracks. Their band, The Sunset Kings, produces equally complex and rich sounds. Ritchy Lamarre of The Sunset Kings, played saxophone on "New York State of Mind."

Erik Rabasca: Guitarist

Erik Rabasca plays guitar so naturally, the blues-guitar solos just stream from his fingers. He solos on several songs, the most noted being on "New York State of Mind." His band, The Light Warriors, performs regularly throughout the New York Metro Area.



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