In 2012, Lombardi released her debut album "Self-Medicate" which won the New Mexico Music Award for Best Pop CD and gathered the attention of NPR's John Schaefer (WNYC SoundCheck) as well as film and television composer, Michael Tremante (Lord of the Rings, Panic Room).
Lombardi released her third studio album “Freedom Girl” in October 2017. A pop-heavy evolution with similar folk roots, "Freedom Girl" developed into a more direct and universal story than that of the internal representation of "Self-Medicate." The title track was originally inspired by a "chance meeting with a perfect stranger in Budapest, Hungary," Lombardi explains about a 2013 trek across Europe with nothing but a backpack and a guitar.
Lombardi has been favorably compared to the likes of Tracy Chapman, Chris Pureka, Melissa Ethridge, Ray LaMontagne and Patty Griffin. She has opened for national, independent touring artists such as Jonah Tolchin, The Sun Parade, God-Des & She, Pinegrove, and will be continuing the Freedom Girl tour through 2018 across the US and select European cities.