When she was 11-years-old, Sinclair put together the award winning band All the Little Pieces that combined elements of roots country, rock and blues. Sinclair’s songs eventually headed more solidly into Country/ Americana territory. When the touring cycle wrapped up for the band’s prior release, Sinclair organized a tribute to the Trio album, which set the stage for Barnstormer.
17-year-old Sinclair co-produced the album with Sean Giovanni at The Record Shop in Nashville and Jason Groves at Sneak Attack in her hometown, Lexington, KY.
A wandering spirit is key to Sinclair’s musical perspective. “I definitely feel an overwhelming sense of home when I’m on the road. There’s such a sense of freedom in it and I think it’s where I feel most inspired.
“I hope people know that I can be counted on to share raw emotions, whether it’s heartbreak or joy,” she says. “I just want it to feel as real and intimate to someone listening to the album as it felt to me when I wrote it. My hope is that these songs will speak to people on a soul level. I think it is such a liberating thing when you hear a song that understands you and what you’re going through. That’s always my goal.”