Clea’s songwriting draws deeply from her connection with the natural world. Her recordings grace the airways of many independent radio stations across North America. She writes poetry with a pencil in the company of trees and stones. Originally from an off-grid homestead along the Athabasca Landing Trail, Alberta, Clea now lives with her family in the Shuswap region of British Columbia on the traditional territory of the Secwepemc.
‘Songstress Clea Roddick has the entrancing voice of a lark, the soul of a cheeky storyteller, and the heart of a passionate poet.’ – Kathy Gallant, NXEW
‘Her art-soaked folk-pop deserves to be heard.’ – Mike Bell, Calgary Herald
This creative work generously supported by Alberta Foundation For The Arts, FACTOR, Rawlco Radio, and The Banff Centre