With a bohemian heart and an old soul, the 18 year old singer/songwriter has created a sound uniquely her own. Picking up the guitar in fourth grade, McCall immediately began playing and writing songs, drawing influences from what she heard on the radio, as well as the Motown and Classic Rock CD's her mom played for her. At the age of 15, McCall released the Can't Keep Waiting EP, featuring the single "Cigarettes and Polaroids." Since then, she has been honing her songwriting skills, developing her sound and singing on stages every night all over the country. Her newest single, "I Thought I Warned You," is currently available wherever music is sold, and is soon to be followed by her second EP, "Everything Means Nothing."