Atlanta-based singer-songwriter Cyndi Harvell creates smart, lyrically rich, ear-catching folk-pop. Recently relocated from California where she spent a decade cultivating her sound, Harvell's music is the perfect combination of Southern charm and West-Coast soul. She has received significant airplay on Americana stations across the globe, toured nationally, and was twice a showcased artist on Bay Area radio station KFOG's Local Scene. In 2012, she was chosen for the prestigious ASCAP Lester Sill Songwriting Workshop and was recently a Starbucks featured artist. Her original music has also been placed in commercials, television shows, book trailers, indie films, and an HBO feature film.
Harvell’s “level of confidence, and the talent to make her genre hopping seem entirely consistent, is part of what separates Harvell from the many other gifted voices out there. She writes some of the most literate and catchiest tunes to be heard…” (Rapid River Arts & Culture Magazine)
Harvell’s newest release “Heartache & Revolution” is about the human experience — the disasters we go through (metaphorical and literal), the imperfections, the messes, the rebuilding that happens afterward — and how we’re all connected to each other, how the human experience is a shared one and we’re never alone. It’s optimistic and hopeful, a celebration of that ever-present connection.