ECMA ‘Songwriter of the Year’ Shares Romantic Track “Honey I’m Scared” from New LP ‘Transitions’

Described as, “a multi-genre marvel,” Kellie Loder (they/them) is a JUNO Award nominated singer-songwriter who began their musical journey on the shores of Newfoundland & Labrador, lending to their unmatched songwriting prowess, and distinctive blend of folk, Americana and indie pop influences.


Loder’s highly anticipated fourth studio album, Transitions, offers a stunningly crafted masterpiece of stories of love, heartbreak and life. Produced by Cory Tetford in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, the focus track “Honey I’m Scared” came about in a writing session, where co-writer Keith Mullins shared an anecdote. “His girlfriend, Tracey, was in the next room and he proceeded to tell me that they were at Toronto’s 360 Restaurant the night before and she was really afraid of heights,” Loder shares, which inspired the song title

“Transitions: we’re always changing, evolving, growing, learning, and becoming, where pain is always necessary and pleasure is always nice, but we must embrace both. May you stop chasing what isn’t yours and accept the love you can give yourself.” – Kellie Loder


Loder’s signature sound coupled with their magnetic stage presence has earned them notable accolades including, “Songwriter of the Year,” and “Fan’s Choice Entertainer of the Year” at the 2023 East Coast Music Awards, and placed as first-runner-up on Canada’s Got Talent (2022).

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