Blends modern pop with a touch of psychedelic style and Western Bohemian flair.
“I want to be a respected artist. I don’t want there to be any confusion about whether or not I was writing my own songs or whether I could really sing them. I want at least one song to resonate with somebody for their whole life.” - Day to Billboard
- Zella was named after the wife of a mine owner whom her parents discovered while learning about the history of Jerome, Arizona, where they married.
- “At the time, my mom was also obsessed with Daniel Day-Lewis, so that's where 'Day' comes from,” she explained.
- Day learned her first song, “Blowin’ In the Wind” on guitar at age 9.
The White Stripes
“There was something romantic about two people being onstage and making all of that noise. Being one person from a small place, it gave me faith that I could do something similar alone."