Recording entrancing vocal melodies and haunting harmonies by her window overlooking a dimly lit alley in the city, Zoya began her fourth EP titled “Letters To Toska.” Often whispered in solitude, these confessions gather Zoya’s experiences and understandings of the world, beginning in her birth country, India, to her childhood home in Southern California, and stretching to her most recent travels across South America. Throughout the recording process, maintaining the raw, natural feel of her music was of the utmost importance to Zoya. When her previous albums deemed impersonal and detached, she called on the devoted talent of her friends at Berklee College of Music to capture the genuine sound she had always envisioned. After months of tireless work, Zoya offers her intimate EP “Letters To Toska” drawing to mind the works of Fiona Apple, Ani DiFranco, Tegan and Sara, Daughter, Ingrid Michaelson, and Susheela Raman, while remaining completely unique.
India born, California raised songstress, Zoya, has been praised by the likes of The Huffington Post, Rolling Stone, MTV, Vh1, Vogue, Harpers Bazaar and ELLE for her recollective songwriting and collection of catchy pop gems.