Raised in upstate New York, Sinclair was one of the youngest in a house of 11. She quickly found her niche in the home by carving out a space in music. It became a place to hide and her avenue out of the heavy pull of family obligation and tradition. She left home and spent some time in New York City recording with established producers/songwriters while learning any instrument she could get her hands on. After NYC, she found herself in Los Angeles working on her critically acclaimed debut EP with John Alagia (John Mayer, Dave Mathews) and Nolan Sipe (Andy Grammar). Released in the fall of 2014, the Sweet Talk EP featured the haunting yet uplifting standout “This Too Shall Pass”. It’s a song that’s rooted in Sinclair’s stifled upbringing and redeemed by her understanding that time and space will heal all things.
Prior to the release of that EP, Sinclair settled into her new home of Nashville, TN and went back into the studio to find the next batch of songs. This music would be the first that Sinclair writes, tracks and produces on her own. With the help of her two bandmates, she brought in every sound and influence from the modern pop scene that she adores, while keeping the authenticity of her songwriter past. The Colorblind EP was released in the spring of 2016 and shows a sharp departure from her debut collection. These new songs mirror a young musician coming into her own in the studio as both a writer and producer. Losing the traditional band tracking of her prior recordings, Sinclair opts to build a mountain of beats with sharp synth sounds and sliced guitars to reflect the energy and color of these songs.