Since entering the entertainment industry at age 7, this Australia/Samoan independent artist has been non-stop. From touring with the original cast of Hamilton Australia, to supporting artists such as Rita Ora, Adam Lambert, James Arthur and Jess Glynne, to being invited back to the Ministry of Sound Orchestrated Australian Tour with Sam Sparro, Crystal Waters and Alison Limerick, while accepting the honour of being an ambassador for the Cure Brain Cancer Foundation of Australia, Kirrah’s versatility and colossal work ethic is hard to overlook.
Kirrah’s mission is to connect with anyone that has ever felt anything on the spectrum between impossible pain and immense joy through her music, hoping to use own experiences to be a voice for those that struggle to find words. After suffering consistent bullying and social neglect throughout her school years, Kirrah has vowed to use her talent to form a real connection with anyone open to it. She is dedicating her platform to the world’s outcasts and introverts and will use it to fuel her biggest goal: to see and be seen. After living in the shadows for so long, Kirrah is hoping her message reaches anyone else that feels like they were pushed to the outside of the circle and give them the light they deserve.
The past 12 months has continued to add new colours to Kirrah’s palette as she slowly and truthfully opens up to her followers about her declining mental health, through her first release of 2021, (Don’t Want To) Start Again. As well as opening up on social media about her new-found struggles with anxiety, and learning to navigate life with these new obstacles, Kirrah prays she can be a pillar of support to those seeking refuge from their own wild mind, and perhaps hope, that it’s okay to need time to rest, seek help, and continuously rebuild yourself. An isolating 12 months has found Kirrah more desperate to share and connect than ever before.