Emerging from Vancouver Island, Canada, Xana is an emerging pop powerhouse.
Her command of pop music keeps her songwriting enthralling, as her blissful vocals glide across the most intimate storytelling and worldbuilding. It’s her intoxicating vibrance that sets Xana apart, as she encompasses themes of LGBTQ romance, female empowerment, sex positivity, self-reflection, and discovery across her flourishing repertoire.
Her next single explores the moment you realize you were wrong about someone. Across her discography to date, Xana’s purely enthralling authenticity shines brightly, and her latest single is no exception. Lyrically, “bet you’ll get off on this” is completely stipped down to the blunt, hard truth; no sugar coating, no embellishments. The tender tones of an acoustic guitar and intimate vocals draw the listener into vulnerable, personal revelations. Met with the haunting strings, melancholy slide guitar, and the slight lyrical change at the end to “all we ever did was try to love you” sung with a crowd of tired voices, Xana really drives her point home.
Hoping to make people feel more connected to their emotions, Xana encourages her fanbase to embrace their truly authentic selves. She confides, “It’s so beautiful to see them fiercely be themselves and form friendships and relationships with each other. Music that brings people together is the most successful, and I’m so grateful to share this space with them.”
Garnering humbling support from several Spotify editorial playlists like New Music Friday Canada, The Locker, Fresh Finds Pop, Ready to Rock and Limelight to name a few, her music video for “Kitchen Light” has surpassed one million views on Youtube. With streams surpassing 20 million on Spotify alone, Xana continues to be a trailblazer of her time.