Haley Reinhart released her full-length independent album Lo-Fi Soul in March, 2019. Written and co-produced by Haley herself, Lo-Fi Soul blends an eclectic mix of genres including rock 'n' roll, soul, jazz, RNB, and Motown, to showcase multiple aspects of Haley’s artistry and capture different facets of her personality in each track. Adding 13 new tracks to Haley’s timeless catalogue, Lo-Fi Soul has been added to rotation by over 70 non-commercial radio stations and welcomes “Shook,” an intoxicating confessional with a memorizing, sensual energy. Also featured are singles “Deep Water,” “Don’t Know How To Love You,” and “Honey, There’s The Door.” Lo-Fi Soul follows the recent announcement of Haley’s nationwide tour and the release of her jazz-infused female empowerment anthem “Honey, There’s The Door,” which is quickly adding to Haley’s more than 500 million total global streams. Kicking off in New York City with a sold-out show on April 2, Haley will headline 19 cities throughout April.
Haley's talent was first recognized during her success on American Idol in 2011. Since then, she has blazed a career for herself. Her beguiling vocals and powerful delivery saw her cover of Radiohead's "Creep," which she recorded with Scott Bradlee's Postmodern Jukebox, spend 58 consecutive weeks on the Billboard Jazz Digital Charts after hitting its #1 spot. A viral sensation, Haley’s interpretation of Elvis Presley's "Can't Help Falling in Love" went certified Gold by the RIAA.
More recently, Haley appeared on television sets again to perform "My Baby Just Cares For Me" alongside Jeff Goldblum for the release of his jazz album The Capitol Studios Sessions, which features Haley and hit #1 on the Billboard Jazz Chart. A genre-spanning talent, Haley is also featured - both as a writer and vocalist - on Vicetone's "Something Strange," which recently re-entered Billboard's Dance/Mix Show Airplay top 40 chart. Haley also stars in the Netflix animated comedy F is For Family which is heading into its fourth season.