The voice of Branik came to be in the early 1990s in the small town of Florence, Colorado. She followed her heart’s passion for music through to the familiar path of voice development starting early on in school choir, continuing through to High School with private music lessons, and furthering her education in the college realm.
After moving to Boston, MA in 2009 where she attended school for songwriting, her voice developed significantly through the coaching efforts of Steve Kowalczyk. During her time in there, Branik composed and performed a variety of pop/contemporary songs, but eventually, her passions took her to Nashville, TN where she started to develop her true rock sound.
As part of her musical process, the singer and songwriter composes her music from a place inside of her that is driven by emotion, and it’s that emotion that also what drives her music. Branik wants listeners to feel what she feels when listening to something truly touching.
“I don't have a process; I have a spark. I could technically sit down and write you a structured song, but it wouldn't be as powerful, it wouldn't be driven by emotion, and it wouldn't mean anything.”
It is from this musical process that Branik can compose captivating songs like “Persephone,” “Monster,” “Chameleon,” and “Being.”
Listeners familiarize her voice with well-known artists she listened to in her upbringing like Sarah McLachlan, Haley Williams, Amie Lee, and Sia, but she is neither one nor the other. Instead of measuring her voice by octaves, her voice is measured by notable sounds and styles between the 1960s and the present day