Melody Federer is Texas-born with a nomadic soul, she honed her craft in New York, Paris, Los Angeles, and Nashville and now lives in Seattle, where she continues to gain recognition as an up-and-coming talent in the world of Alt, Indie and Pop music.
Melody has worked with a vast range of musicians, from major pop artists such as Hilary Duff, to electroclash producers Plastik Funk and Gazzo. She’s written R&B tracks for Kelly Rowland, traditional folk-rock tunes for Jacob Whitesides, and crafted alongside songwriting titans like the legendary Burt Bacharach.
Her emotional, memorable, and passionate toplines have put her in the songwriting room with the likes of GRAMMY Award Winners Emory Dobyn, Mike Pool, Daniel Tashian and GRAMMY Nominees Scott Chesak, Billy Mann, Chad Carlson, and Roget Chahayed.
Coming off successes with collaborators Plastik Funk, Telykast, and SAMATHA, Federer has been preparing and releasing new solo material throughout 2020 and 2021 as a follow up to her 2017 debut album Where The Dogwoods Bloom.
The first of these singles, “This Town” is a smoldering Alt-rock track that made radio stand at attention. Her new track, “The Wonder Years” is an Americana twinged ballad already receiving rave reviews.