"I Need To Sing Like I Need To Breathe"
Luciana García is a Pop/Rock singer and songwriter. She was born in Santiago, Chile and now exercises her career in Los Angeles, California.
Her Latin origin and her love for pop and rock are intertwined in her music. Her debut single 21st Century Baby has a strong and clear message: no matter your gender, we all have the same rights and opportunities.
Luciana studies music at Musicians Institute College of Music and sings in Hollywood venues. On stage she and her band are unstoppable. Her show opens with the song Beauty Boy, which speaks of new beginnings and daring to dream big. Two guitarists, a bass player and a drummer support her voice with great energy and musicality. With a strong, cheerful and passionate show, Luciana Garcia conquers the public.
She tells us: “Writing songs is my way of expressing my emotions. When I turn something that torments me into a song, it becomes something external to me, it becomes art. When I wrote the song Paralyzed I was caged in my insecurities. When I started singing I knew that I had found the key to get out of my head and reach another space, the space of art. Now I need to sing like I need to breathe.”
Luciana expresses herself in a thick yet warm style of singing. It has been inspired by artists such as Harry Styles, Gwen Stefani and Amy Winehouse. The clarity of her voice leads the listener on a melodic journey of powerful choruses and a clear, determined rhythm.
While exploring the music scene in Los Angeles, Luciana has developed a community of fans and created great excitement for the release of her new album, You Will Know My Name. Through songs like Beauty Boy and Come Real Into The Party, the EP encourages us to dream and have fun. Paralyzed and People Gone Insane show the sensitive side of the artist while in Un Beso Suavecito she exhibits her Latin origins and takes the audience to the dance floor. Versatility, strength and a powerful message are the valuable contributions of this emerging artist to the feminist music scene.