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Ofelia K is an LA-based experimental pop artist. According to music blog Indie Shuffle, she “floats seamlessly between soft and eccentric, leaving an impression that she could transform from starstruck songstress to man-eating siren at any moment.”

In 2015, she signed with indie label South by Sea to release two EPs - Plastic Flower and Chaos Cave - which showcased the artist’s cross-genre style and earned her features in The Fader, Consequence of Sound, NYLON, Earmilk, and Interview Magazine. Her songs and collaborations have since garnered 40 million Spotify streams, prime-time television show placements, and spins from industry tastemakers like Zane Lowe (Beats 1) and Annie Mac (BBC Radio 1). Last year, she toured with London-based rock band Django Django, performing reimagined versions of her catalog in a fully electronic, one-woman show. 

She is currently writing, recording, and self-releasing new songs.


- New single, Different, out June 7th - written + co-produced by Ofelia K

- Mixed by Joe Visciano (Adele, Troye Sivan)

- Mastered by John Greenham (Billie Eilish, Sam Smith)

- 40 million combined Spotify streams on original songs + features

- Each song on Plastic Flower + Chaos Cave EPs reached Top 5 on Hype Machine

- Over 40k Shazams on Plastic Flower + Chaos Cave EPs

- Featured on Spotify playlists including New Music Friday, Weekend Buzz + more

- Sync placements in The Bold Type (Freeform), Impulse (Youtube Red), Pure Genius (CBS) + more


New single ‘different’ out june 7th



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There’s a macabre joyfulness about this song, a desperation for contentment. It’s for anyone who has felt like an outsider, watching the world but not feeling a part of it.

Musically, I’m interested in manipulating electronic sounds in a tangible, human way and effecting organic sounds in artificial ways. Doing things like running the Rhodes through a tape machine and manually pulling the tape to create inconsistencies, and singing different melodies in different keys then tuning specific notes to create an odd vocal entity gives the song glitches and imperfections that I find strange and beautiful.
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I feel different, I feel so strange

I feel different, I am misplaced

I go the movies, I go the stores

I watch from the outside, I look for a cure

‘Cause I feel different, I feel so strange

I feel different, why am I this way? 


I can’t keep my body on the ground

I know you worry that I won’t find peace 

Until I die

I’m trying, trying to get better

All I want is to be better

At finding joy while 

I’m still alive