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Ashley Wool


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    Half of My Life
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    Still Here
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    Disposable (the Crayon Song)
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Ashley Wool wrote her first song at the age of 7, to accompany a "butterfly rock star" character she conceived for Halloween.
Her theatrical instincts have informed her artistry ever since. As a college freshman, she released an EP, Not Otherwise Specified, which she funded by washing dishes in her school dining hall. Recorded on eight tracks with live instrumentation and no frills, her "little record that could" gained airplay on numerous radio stations and podcasts, securing her a comfortable niche in the indie music scene. Her song "Automatoronic," was nominated for Indie Song of the Year on lost to her childhood idols, Hanson.
Ashley stepped out of the indie music world after college to focus on theatre, building a dynamic resume of critically-acclaimed performances. But in 2016, she knew it was time to get back in the studio. In collaboration with producer Gabriel Pressman and industrial pop-rock performer Garek, the pieces began falling together for a new album, and Boycott Ashley Wool was born. She released the album's first single, Half of My Life, on January 6, 2020. The title originated as a cheeky nod to Internet trolls, but on the album it takes on a deeper meaning as themes of rebellion, insecurity, privilege, and betrayal play out over catchy pop hooks fused with industrial and punk influences--and of course, plenty of theatrical flair.
​She is, after all, still a butterfly rock star on the inside--just older, wiser, and hopefully woker.


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