Written by Lauren Rosier
“Let it all crumble, let it all fail.”
That is the musical mantra of Texas-based jazz/pop singer/songwriter, Lyndol Descant, on her new single and music video, “Let It All Krumble.”
She explains, “I wrote this song 8 years ago; my first year in Brooklyn. I was hustling hard, renting a room, and barely making rent. I was surrounded by all the grossness of NYC that you have to experience on a daily basis; from pollution to rotting garbage to poverty to dilapidated living spaces that cost more than a whole house back home, but despite what surrounded me, I felt more alive than ever. I was songwriting like crazy, performing weekly and teaching music to children from all walks of life. I was so just so thankful for the experience. I really did feel a whole new level of joy and peace on the inside. This type of invulnerability can get you through the tough times, so I wanted to share it at a time when so many are facing tremendous obstacles in their lives.”
Lyndol Descant is a composer, singer, and pianist with a worldly, uplifting musical style that reflects the places she’s traveled to across the globe. Her music blends jazz alto vocals with rock blended with touches of folk music.
Born and raised in Houston, Texas, Descant, studied classical piano and choral voice through her teenage years. It wasn’t until her early 20’s that she discovered her passion for the arts. She was greatly inspired by her travels in France, especially with the live improvisation. In addition to music, she also began to study photography, painting, and writing. Lyndol eventually went back to school at the American School of Modern Music in Paris studying jazz piano and composition, simultaneously studying voice with Keri Chryst of the Jazz Vocal Academy.
While music is her main focus and passion, her passion for all forms of creative expression is active. As a lifelong mystic, she realizes the power of creativity and its ability to unleash more love and peace upon this world. Her mission became clear: to inspire others through her music and art and help them explore their own inner landscape.
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