Naomi Psalm & the Blue Cinema | Losin' It

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Losin' It

by Naomi Psalm & the Blue Cinema

A fun and all too familiar song about losing will find yourself moving your feet to this catchy ukulele tune.
Genre: Pop: Quirky
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Singer/songwriter and Indie/pop artist Naomi Psalm from Florida began her music career at the age of 19 traveling to over 30 countries doing volunteer work involving music. She has been compared to the likes of Sheryl Crow, Sarah McLachlan and Natalie Merchant and Colbie Caillat. Her lyrical content is relate-able, deep and contemplative, yet also has a fun, quirky side. You will no doubt attach yourself to her music as see yourself in the words she so powerfully sings. She released her 4th CD STARE in May of 2011, a music video March 2012, and her single 'Fitted Sheets' in Nov 2012, and 'Losin' It' in Feb 2103. Naomi has played a variety of venues, and recently opened for Josh Gracin (4th place in American Idol Season 2). She has played for several local benefits including the Red Cross and Race for the Cure. Naomi currently resides in Boise, Idaho. Find her *EP* Stare here:
Produced by Steve Fulton at Audio Lab
Bass: Rob Hill
Drums: Luke Meade
Keys: Russ Pfeifer
Ukulele: Naomi Psalm
Photography by Wayne Crans at Deadbird



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Jeremy Osborn

Naomi continuously puts out high value work. Her vocals are in top-form here and the song is really fun and grooving. The music is fantastic!