Soul food

Tess Posner implores you to take off “The Mask”

A non-profit CEO by day, Oakland’s Tess Posner trades the office for a microphone off the clock to further deliver her messages of inspiration and inclusivity. Produced by Sal Oliveri (P!nk, Carrie Underwood, Ryan Tedder), “The Mask” is a dark, determined, and catchy piece of synth-pop that implores us all to take off the mask. As Posner has stated, “being yourself can feel dangerous” sometimes, creating fears and stigmas that prevent us from being our unfettered selves. However, Posner uses her music provide inspiration and encouragement to drop our masks and cloaks, and to face the world as our unique selves. The raw honesty on display, coupled with smooth vocals and top-tier production, is sure to have you feeling ready to tackle anything!

ABOUT THE ARTIST:

Coffeeshop-singer-turned-recording-artist and Activist Tess Posner released her debut EP “One Thousand Petals” in 2018- a well-received project that introduced her sound and her values as an artist. She collaborated with producer Alicia Champion, producer and artist and recorded at Durga Sound studio in Oakland CA.

In 2019, Tess released a new single “Supernova” on International Women’s Day collaborating with Producer Trey Vittetoe (Selena Gomez, Miley Cyrus, Katy Perry) which received praise for its vocal performance, honest themes, and catchy melody and won press coverage from Pop Dust, Vents Magazine, Rock Your Lyrics, Staccatofy, and the Digital Fix among others. She is planning multiple new songs and live shows in 2019.

In her day job, Tess is CEO of a nonprofit organization in the Bay Area focused on increasing diversity in the tech sector.

KEEP UP WITH TESS POSNER:

https://tess-posner.com/

https://soundcloud.com/tessposnermusic

https://www.facebook.com/tessposnermusic

https://www.instagram.com/tessposnermusic/

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