Terra Naomi

Terra Naomi is an indie-folk-rock singer and songwriter from New York and Los Angeles, known for winning the inaugural YouTube Award for Best Music Video. “Machine Age,” the first single from her new album (coming September 2018), was recently hailed as “the first truly great song to come at the expense of the world’s collective sanity.” (Jubilant). Follow her on Twitter here,  Facebook here, Instagram here, and listen to “Machine Age” and the follow-up single, “Nothing to Hide,” on on Spotify.

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Talks

The Beautifully Introspective World of Mary Lattimore

By Terra Naomi | June 20, 2018

The Beautifully Introspective World of Mary Lattimore

Hundreds of Days debunks everything Terra Naomi thought she knew about harp music.

Gig Economy: Trixie Mattel

By Terra Naomi | May 10, 2018

Gig Economy: Trixie Mattel

"Being a musician out of drag is a lot harder," and other career insights from a true queen.

Joan Baez, in Exquisite Reflection, Finds a New Voice

By Terra Naomi | March 6, 2018

Joan Baez, in Exquisite Reflection, Finds a New Voice

Whistle Down the Wind demonstrates that the songs we cover sometimes say more about our present state than the songs we write ourselves.

How Bigotry Redefines Love

By Terra Naomi | February 23, 2018

How Bigotry Redefines Love

I was stunned last year, when my husband, in between sobs, told me his family would not celebrate our wedding because of “religious reasons.”