Callgirl

LA Sessions:
Ivy Adara

LA Sessions:
Ivy Adara

LA Sessions: Ivy Adara

“There’s a strength in not letting people use you. It’s okay to stick up for yourself.”

“There’s a strength in not letting people use you. It’s okay to stick up for yourself.”

“There’s a strength in not letting people use you. It’s okay to stick up for yourself.”

This month we’re joined in our LA Studios by Australian singer songwriter, Ivy Adara, for an exclusive performance of Callgirl. Renowned in the industry as a chart songwriter and collaborative artist, she’s just released her newest single as part of her debut EP, Intraduction. She explains her inspiration for the song came after the realization that it’s okay to ‘let the phone ring out on those who only call to see what they can take from you.’ We’re on board with that mantra.

This month we’re joined in our LA Studios by Australian singer songwriter, Ivy Adara, for an exclusive performance of Callgirl. Renowned in the industry as a chart songwriter and collaborative artist, she’s just released her newest single as part of her debut EP, Intraduction. She explains her inspiration for the song came after the realization that it’s okay to ‘let the phone ring out on those who only call to see what they can take from you.’ We’re on board with that mantra.

This month we’re joined in our LA Studios by Australian singer songwriter, Ivy Adara, for an exclusive performance of Callgirl. Renowned in the industry as a chart songwriter and collaborative artist, she’s just released her newest single as part of her debut EP, Intraduction. She explains her inspiration for the song came after the realization that it’s okay to ‘let the phone ring out on those who only call to see what they can take from you.’ We’re on board with that mantra.

Shop Ivy's Look

Ivy Adara playing guitar during the recording of our latest LA Sessions wearing a light blue denim jacket with a white t-shirt and black jeans.