Atlanta’s Eryn Woods has become an artist to watch with her exquisite features, signature style and girl power laden lyrics and distinctly dainty voice. Her pop punk singles have been featured on Vh1 and MTV, and she’s been hand-picked by designers NYMPHA London, Betsey Johnson, Iron Fist Clothing, and Married to the Mob for endorsement deals and featured in campaigns for l.a. Eyeworks and Converse. She’s single-handedly built a legion of fans through social media and has affectionately named them her “Misfit” Nation. Her music videos have been viewed thousands of times on YouTube as her brand continues to grow.
Eryn’s last single “Rule-Breaker,” has become her official anthem and the wheels are turning for an “official” remix to be released this Spring. “Rule-Breakers don’t follow the rules of society…they don’t live their lives to please others. It’s about living your best life by being YOU,” asserts powerhouse princess, Eryn Woods.
Born in Shreveport, La., Woods has been involved in the arts since an early age. Growing up she sang in her church choir and later took the starring roles in “Annie,” “Cinderella,” and many others in high school. “I’ve always felt at home on the stage. It’s where I’ve always thrived,” she explains. “I remember when I played the Fairy God Mother in Cinderella, I changed the character to make her have more sass. Even back then, I found ways to express myself,” she laughs.
Upon graduating high school, Woods set out for New York City to make her dreams come true. She landed a position singing background vocals and assisting an artist and manager with day-to-day operations. Through this experience, Woods met her current music producer ARC from Pharsound Productions (Ke$ha, Kings of Leon, Shiny Toy Guns, Black Kids, Scissor Sisters). The two made the move to Atlanta and focus their energies on her solo project. The talented pair spent several months working on music, including the collaboration between Woods and songwriter, Ursula Yancy who penned Rihanna’s hit record “Skin” from her album Loud. The dynamic duo came up with the infectious monster jam “Gangstas, Geeks and Freaks.” The dance track became the lead single from Wood’s self-financed debut EP, Holl.E.Woods, which turned into a brilliant and unorthodox concept album full of zealous singles.
Woods took her music on the road; becoming a staple on the Pride circuit and sharing the stage with Robyn, Sasha Gradiva, Adam Lambert, Natalia Kills, The Millionaires, Blood On The Dance Floor, Karmin, Hey Monday, and The Ready Set while honing her craft as a master DJ. The hyper-ambitious Woods, has also become an ambassador for tolerance, self-love and positive body image; speaking to girls at local middle and high schools.
Eryn’s third EP, ALMOST FAMOUS, offers another round of her signature diverse, honest, and charming tracks. With the help of her team, Woods is prepping to release new music in 2018 and get back out on the road.