Awkwardly strumming an Epiphone guitar that was much too big for her body, ten year old Gabby Borges began writing music in the small town of Hawley, PA. At that time, she wrote about the essentials: her friends and the unrequited love that every middle-schooler experiences. As she grew older and had more interactions with people, her writing ability grew with her. High school years brought confusion with life, and with that came dozens of folk-punk tunes that helped her endure. She was inspired by artists such as Bob Dylan, Kimya Dawson, Amy Winehouse, and the Front Bottoms. Although the lyrics came pouring out of her, she never felt the overwhelming need to share them. Then came the end of high school, where every graduate was expected to know what they want to do with their lives. Gabby new what she wanted to do: music. She gathered her life experiences and wrote her most honest originals and recorded her first album “Linoleum Complex” and released it in April of 2017. She also just released her Sophomore album "If My Eyes Could Talk" in March 2019. Since then she has played locally in Scranton, Philly and New York City and wants to continue to grow her fan-base.