Ann Driscoll is a multi-instrumentalist and composer who writes, records, and performs pop songs. An alumnus of Berklee College of Music, Ann has performed in Egypt, Germany, and across America and showcased twice at SXSW in Austin, Texas. Having released an LP ‘Young Tracks,’ and a string of singles online, Ann will be releasing the self-produced EP, ‘Pushpins’ this March 2016 which spans genres including synth pop and rock. Striving to prove that the personal is political and the political is personal, Pushpins tackles topics from unsustainable digital economic models (‘Canary’s Corpse’) to the Iraq War (‘Fiasco’) to the psychological impacts of social media (‘Black Box’). A former Democratic campaign worker and music industry professional, Ann has been greatly influenced by the Black Lives Matter movement and writers advocating social and economic justice including Senator Elizabeth Warren, Jaron Lanier, and Glenn Greenwald. Ann resides in New York City.