Freda James Talks A Woman Alone And Her Hymn

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We are so stoked to premiere Freda James’ new song "Her Hymn." She tells us about creating the EP and it’s so raw and takes you into a look into her life.

“Part of the writing process for me is being in a trance with my feelings."

A month before the release of my EP, I was in the Berkshires with friends, spending time in nature and jamming. At one point, I was just touching the keys till the right chords settled in. A melody arrived in my mind, words began to flow, and soon I had something that felt soothing. It was a true freestyle moment, a snippet of an otherwise long jam session. 

“Her Hymn” was just a bit too late to make the EP. Even so, I feel it still needs to be part of A Woman Alone, because it stands as a moment of closure for me. The track is a bridge, extending from this first body of work into my next. I started my music journey in NY, and happened to be there as I released A Woman Alone, which felt supernatural. This is a song, unrefined, to capture a bit of what I love most about music; the channeling of moods and soul as they come.”

Follow her on Twitter, Instagram, and Spotify to stay tuned.

  • Samantha Fong

    March 25 can be noted as a pivotal date in my life. No, it isn't my birthday. For all the 1D fangirls out there, it was the shock of the century when Zayn Malik left the band. As a Zayn girl, my heart broke into a million pieces. I think this hit me harder than any actual breakup. All was forgiven, though, when he coincidentally released his solo album that same day a year later. Also, don't make me choose as I love Z and the band equally. I'm currently in Justin Timberlake's hometown of Memphis, Tennessee working as a personal trainer. If I'm not at the gym, you can more than likely find me at a concert. Feel free to find me on social media. I love meeting fellow fangirls! Twitter : samfonggg, Instagram : samantha_fong, Snapchat : samanthafong

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