Donna Missal writes passionate, powerful tunes about love and desire. She’s also a singer whose voice, coolly seductive or fiercely emotional, has proven to be the ideal vehicle for her material. In 2013, after striking a deal with BMI, she wrote songs for the film How to Be a Man.
In 2015, she recorded “Keep Lying,” and while it was created to persuade other performers to cut it, her powerful vocal caught the ears of music fans and the recording went viral. Missal dropped several more singles, including “Sick” and “The Keeper,” both released in 2016, and landed bookings at Riot Fest and Bumbershoot.
Her star continued to rise in 2017 with the release of “Holiday” and “Transformer” as she worked on her first album.