Heather LaRose is an American electro-pop singer and songwriter. She is best known for her song "New Moon," which was featured on MTV's Teen Wolf.
Growing up, listening to classics like Abba and The Beatles, along with early 2000s pop inspired her to begin singing and writing. LaRose’s upbeat blend of electronics and real instruments garnered her sponsorship by Gibson Guitars. Now she spends her time bouncing from NYC to LA writing and performing her own original music.
In 2018, LaRose hit over a million streams. December of 2018 LaRose released her new single "Kerosene" which debuted in Forbes Magazine. LaRose also gained recognition as opening act for Rachel Platten summer 2017, Drake Bell fall 2017, and for her performances at several of Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign speeches, where Clinton chose LaRose’s “Run With Me” as her walk up song.
Her fresh sound has taken her to the stages of NYFW, LA Fashion Week, Miami Swim Week, Daytrotter/PASTE Magazine Live, NYC’s Bronx Zoo Festival, LA’s legendary Whisky A-GoGo, and a headlining performance at Montauk Music Festival.