Electronic recording artist Seren Myamoto possesses a huge pop charm and musically, she has an alternative edge. But what is it about her unique style that attracts the attention of pop-lovers, musos and gamers?
Growing up in North Wales, United Kingdom, Seren Myamoto always felt a strong desire to express herself. Music gave her that opportunity. She trained as a classical pianist and vocalist while absorbing music and culture from every genre possible, from electronica, pop, grunge, even including video games and movies, making her the artist she is today.
Seren currently resides in New York City, far away from her small home town in North Wales. With her recently released debut E.P. under her belt, she has no plans to slow down, and is currently promoting the release while working on her next L.P, single releases and live shows. She’s just beginning.
Seren proudly admits she’s a geek. You can see the excitement in her eyes when you ask her about the latest video game releases or sci-fi movies. “I felt like such a misfit growing up but I'm connected to all these friends online who are listening to my music. I can talk to them about anything including personal stuff. It’s important for me to be myself and open, otherwise what’s the point?” Life hasn't always been straight forward for Seren. Following a bad relationship and a number of setbacks, she ended up destitute with nowhere to live. But her talent and determination led to a music producer spotting her potential. She lived in the recording studio, earning her keep during the day while gaining production skills. Seren explains “Some force was definitely trying to tell me something. I know how lucky I am. I learned so much from the other artists during the day. Then at night, I worked on my own music.”
Seren Myamoto's sound is influenced by the journey she has taken to reach this point as an artist. She retains a vulnerable side, and carries with it an openness and honesty that appeals to all types of fans. She has steadily realized that the more she shares with the world, the more people want to hear.