SOURCE: Singer/Songwriter Senani

October 03, 2013 16:14 ET

Senani Is Feeling 'Free' -- Living in Australia but Making Inroads in the US via Extended Stays in Nashville and Austin, the Indie Pop/R&B Vocalist Adds Exotic Elements From Her Sri Lankan Roots to Her Latest Single 'Free' as She Releases Her Highly-Anticipated Full-Length Debut 'Infinity'

NASHVILLE, TN--(Marketwired - Oct 3, 2013) - A rising R&B/pop singer in Australia currently making her first inroads in the U.S., Senani (www.senani.com) engages in a beautiful fantasy in the colorful video for her infectious new single "Free" (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xS9OcoJmU_0).

Senani will perform her single along with other music with Jim Kirby (keyboard) and John Cardoni on guitar Oct. 4-6 at The Independent Music Festival Nashville (www.independentmusicfest.org) on the Music Row Outdoor Stage (1028 16th Avenue South).

As tablas from her native Sri Lanka jangle throughout the song, the video for "Free" shows her in business attire, working frantically. Falling into a daydream, the hip and edgy, funky/soul vibe kicks in as she drives along the majestic Great Ocean Road south of Melbourne toward the beach, where she dances on the sand, plays in the waves, and basks in the sunshine.

All of the groundwork and the success of Senani's individual tracks are culminating in the upcoming release of a "six pack" of singles which will be included in her highly-anticipated debut album Infinity.

Establishing her as a true musical citizen of the world, Senani's first globally released single "Voodoo Girl" (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xS9OcoJmU_0) was a hit on Australia FM Radio while its video received spins on MTV India. Two other singles, "Everything I Do" and "I Am Gone," received airplay across the country and received favorable reviews in various music magazines, including Drum Media. Her video for "I Am Gone" aired on Australian MTV and the music program "Rage."

After previewing the album at two prominent Sydney jazz and soul venues, Blue Beat and The Basement, she took advice from prominent radio programmer Charlie Fox from 96.1FM, and set her sights stateside to take her career to the next level.

For the past several years, Senani -- who earned her medical degree from the University of Newcastle -- has been working in private practice as a Doctor of Integrated Medicine part time to devote every other waking hour to music.

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