Born in Tehran, Iran, Sepideh studied folklore and traditional Persian music under some of the finest masters of this art. Weaving the transparent layers of many emotions into a sound that could not be defined by the name of a land with borders became her tradition. Sepideh’s vocals and her art have deep roots in her femininity, and very much influenced by Persian poetry. Living in America, Sepideh studied Fine Arts, once again using layers as her primary tool. Both in her vocals and her art, she folds and unfolds, twists and turns notes to express the happiness, pain, love, grief, hope, nostalgia, and memories that haunt her in life.