Glory Daze is the moniker of Los Angeles born artist Lea (pronounced LEE) Beiley. Through songs that are as observant as they are introspective, Glory Daze approaches the universal joys and aches of being human with both precision and delicacy. There is a nostalgic familiarity in the way she weaves words through a melody, skillfully describing experiences you’ve had in ways you couldn’t quite articulate before.
The track “Could But I Won’t” from her debut EP What Shines In The Summer was recently featured on Season 5 of the hit show The Fosters. Her single “Subtract & Divide” -- a moody electronic collaboration with producer J. Roosevelt -- is currently nearing 1 million plays on Spotify. The music video for “Subtract & Divide” received praise and a feature from Billboard.
The effortlessness of Glory Daze’s presence on and off stage is the mark of someone fearless in both their artistic and personal identities. Between her charming wordplay and sleek, smokey tone, Glory Daze is the type of vocalist that can stun a talkative room. With her deep understanding of songwriting as a method for storytelling, she guides the listener through a journey that feels like finding a page from someone’s private journal.
“Glory Daze Debuts Moody 'Subtract & Divide' Music Video”
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