When she's not doing yoga or rowing on Perth's Swan River, Villah writes wistful, sophisticated electronic indie songs that are almost always tied to the heart or the mind.
Villah has released music sporadically over the last four years, including her first single She's Not Well in 2017, a bass synth driven, third person track that explores her own journey of her eating disorder she developed in university, an obstacle she has since overcome. Laid over beautiful layers of synths and drums, Villah's angelic mezzo soprano voices supports the emotional and sombre theme see the light at the end of the tunnel; a consistent theme in her music.
Following her first single, Villah returned with So Cool, a punchy indie pop track (with trap elements) after taking a hiatus to travel and see the world. She landed in Brighton UK in 2019, and collaborated with South Lanes Studios Luke May; producing two wanderlust tracks Hey Henry and Too Soon.
Villah is a true indie artist, taking her fans on the ride with her through her social media platforms providing them with all access passes to her songwriting processes, collaborations, gigs and of course her extra curriculars which include outdoor yoga, travel, touring and rowing on the Swan River in her beach side home town of Perth, Western Australia.