Her empathetic lyrics leave listeners feeling like they have experienced the moments she discusses in her songs, and her uncanny ability to inspire relatability from her audience has drawn well-deserved comparisons between her and the female megastars of the early 2000’s pop-punk scene.
Canadian Indie-Pop/Rock artist BEX is an incredibly powerful lyricist who uses her vulnerable song-writing as a form of therapy - for both herself and her listeners. Combining her emotive and relatable messages with Pop/Punk melodies and minor electronic elements, the rising artist has drawn comparisons between her and the megastars of the early 2000s pop-rock and pop-punk scene.
She has performed at popular music venues across Toronto including The Drake Underground, The Piston, Free Times Café, C’est What, Sneaky Dees, The Supermarket and The Painted Lady, and has made her mark by performing at several of Toronto's most celebrated music events, such as Canadian Music Week, the Queen West Art Crawl, and the RAW Artist Festival.
BEX's songwriting skills earned earned herself a highly coveted placement on Sirius XM’s ‘The Verge’ and a spot at a Top 10 Finalist in the Toronto Deputy Mayors Online Talent Search. She fosters her special relationship with her fans by connecting with them virtually, performing her songs via livestream. She currently streams weekly on twitch.tv/thebexmusic!
BEX's latest album "Startrails" is mostly the result of a self-directed challenge to write one song everyday throughout the month of April 2020. After refining and performing the songs for fans through live music streaming platforms, she teamed up with producer James McLeod to produce the album, Luciana Santaguida for extra vocal production and Shaan Thiara to master the album, all in in the city of Toronto. The relatable lyrics and updated version of the late 90's Pop/Rock sound, have set "Startrails" apart and will be sure to delight her current and soon-to-be fans, alike.