Being an experienced performer, having played at venues like the Brooklyn Bowl and the Moma PS1, she's now ready to release into the wild her newest long-form project. The video we're showing today is a representation of her own journey, of becoming a leader and taking the reigns and masterfully creating her album, with the help of other integral collaborators like producer and brother Jake Sokolov-Gonzalez, and Luke McCrosson and Zach Berns who are part of her band.
This has not been an easy journey, however, as she describes "As a young woman in a male-dominated industry, the process of trusting my voice and my ear, of standing by my creative vision, is a continuous one. In the studio, while on the clock, it’s especially important that I surround myself with collaborators that I trust." It's hard not to listen to that voice of yours that has believed the myth of the imposter syndrome, however, it seems that Sokolov-Gonzalez and her album If they're mine have managed to overcome that, even if just for this project.