“Something happens when Athena belts out her original, soulful, deeply moving tunes. Everyone present is transformed. I've never witnessed anything like it.” - Barbara Huson
New Singles I WILL NOT FALL + STAR are out everywhere!
Already receiving radio airplay!
From NYS Music...Athena Burke gives us a powerful and positive anthem to remind us to stand strong in these off-centered times. In her own words, I WILL NOT FALL is an emotional power anthem I wrote to help heal a past filled with trauma. A call to our inner strength in times of challenge. My sister, Lori had a life mantra. It came from our childhood. She had these dolls called Weebles. The slogan was ‘Weebles wobble but they don’t fall down.’ This song is dedicated to all of us who won’t fall down. And my sister Lori, who didn’t make it but inspired everyone around her. I hope this song will bring you love and power and strength on those days when you need it.
Just released, STAR is an uplifting pep talk to remind you that you have what you need even if you don't know what's next. It's a super positive loving song to walk you through your doubts. Backed with magical shimmery electro-pop vibrations, it reminds you who you are: A Star!
Produced by Devon Seegers of Bathrobe Robots.
Athena Burke writes and performs earthy and passionate electro-pop music to help you feel God's love wash over you. Athena's spiritual, non-churchy songs are powerful and tender in the vein of Annie Lenox, Florence + The Machine, and Lauren Daigle with deeply personal lyrics rooted in her own healing and devotional journey.
As an abused child, Athena reached her tiny toddler hands up to the piano to find harmony. This led to studies at the renowned Berklee College of Music, then street performing and concerts across the country. Inspired to heal her trauma, Athena trained in meditation, breathwork, and personal growth practices. Wanting to help others, Athena has given thousands of spiritual guidance and healing sessions worldwide.
Athena feels that her early life cracked her open to receiving God's love as her guiding light. She sings honestly about the human experience of a devotional person.