Sixteen-year-old Zelena Hull began singing when she was ten years old. She quickly moved onto guitar and writing songs, tallying well over 300 so far. Mixing country and classic rock, Hull says, “I listen to all genres and my influences include artists from the Rolling Stones to Kansas.”
In December, Hull released her EP, 6 Feet Under which contains six songs all of which she wrote herself. Of the title track she says, “That song is about my struggle to stay happy and positive while getting through the rough spots.”
Other songs on the album include “Time” which Hull says was written about “People not knowing when to make their move whether realizing it is time to give up or move forward to something” and single “I Believe” which Hull wrote after her Dad told her a story about World War I. Hull explains, “When the Allies heard the Germans singing “Silent Night” they joined in and had a competition to see who could sing the loudest. They had kind of a truce where they also shared stories, buried one another’s dead, and played soccer. It was beautiful but, eventually the war continued.” Listen to the track HERE.
Hull is currently working on two brand new singles. For more information, visit her official website.
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