Indie-Americana singer/songwriter Aly Aleigha literally received her diploma, walked off the stage at Franciscan University (OH), and made her way directly to the recording studio to finish cutting her first album, "Jealous Love" (EP) in 2015. Upon moving to Duluth, MN where she was employed under the renowned Fr. Mike Schmitz, she met her talented bandmates and together they recorded a full-length album "The Labyrinth," released September 2016. The group's eclectic, soulful sound paired with Aly's deeply personal and allegorically-rich lyrics gained national attention immediately; that same month, Aly and her band were invited to perform at AbbeyFest in Pennsylvania where she received the "2016 Emerging Artist Award" sponsored by Relevant Radio. With influences such as Josh Garrels, The Oh Hello's, The Head and The Heart and The Lumineers, Aly's music offers the listener a transcendental connection "that you really have to experience as much as just listen to" (Johnson, Album Review).