Demetra was destined to be a pop star. From a young age, she was tinkering with her toy piano pounding out tunes and performing for family members in her signature gold wig and legwarmers.
Before she was old enough to drink, she was performing at some of NY's biggest venues and by the time she was 21, she was a founding member of one of the first bands in NY to bridge the gap between rock and dance music, resulting in an album that charted on CMJ. Now attempting to branch out on a solo career, Demetra brings the Do-It-Yourself ethic of punk music to the pop arena.
Part Vamp, part girl next door. Demetra's unique blend of uplifting melodies and dark melodic instrumentation bring this dichotomy to life. Somewhat of an internet sensation, her first single, Don't Wreck It, has already helped her garner an international fanbase. Her second single, Quarter to Twelve, has been played on 50 mainstream radio stations across the United States, including New York's very own KTU.