Annabel Lee is a "force of f***ing nature" who makes pop music with a grunge disposition. Born and raised in North Dighton, Massachusetts, Annabel (born Sarah Borrello) grew up playing classical piano and writing prolifically. This hot blooded singer-songwriter summons the intellectual grit of artists like Fiona Apple and Alanis Morrisette, paired with the unorthodox and commanding energy of a punk band playing in a dingy basement. By age 16, Annabel was performing regularly & winning prestigious songwriting awards all over New England. Touring the country and collaborating with acts such as Amanda Palmer and Warren Cucurullo- Annabel toured the country under her birth name for many years before finding her artist identity. In 2016 she uprooted her life in Massachusetts and moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career as an artist. She has since been filling rooms all over LA, and has been grinding to solidifying her place in the community. Over the past year Annabel has released four singles from a raw, rock and roll, mostly live crowd funded album that she made in the winter of 2018 with her friend/producer/creative powerhouse Michael Mcquilken. On top of releasing music, she was selected to be a contestant on the NBC songwriting competition ‘Songland’ during it’s pilot season, where she performed and pitched an original song to Ryan Tedder, Ester Dean, Leona Lewis, and Shane Mcanally. Currently, Annabel is in the studio and working on new music and is planning a release for the fall of 2019.