Martina Armour is a warrior of the heart. Armed with a captivating and heartfelt folk-pop sound that shines through melancholic lyrics with warm, clear vocals. Blending a musical style from her inspirations Fleetwood Mac, Brandi Carlile and James Bay.

Originally from Sweden, Martina followed her dreams to Los Angeles and in 2019, she made her first mark upon the music industry with the folk/pop single “Trouble”. Her impressive follow-up singles, "Knife" and "On the Run," led up to the release of her debut EP, "What it Feels Like," featuring six songs total, including a stunning cover of Fleetwood Mac's "Storms" that received Mick Fleetwood's seal of approval.

Martina Armour is a three time semi-finalist in the International Songwriting Competition, last year with “Love to Gold” (produced by Ryan Corn, Nashville) a newly released song and "Sad Song" (currently unreleased) from her upcoming EP and this year with “Slowly Lifting” (produced by Martina) off her debut EP. Her passion for music has led her to collaborate with musicians both locally and internationally, and write music for film and TV. Martina’s song “Everything” can be heard in the soundtrack of the feature film “Dylan & Zoey” premiering on Starz 4/1 (Claudia Doumit, Blake Scott Lewis). Her latest single "Run with the River" can be heard in the season finale of Love is Blind on Netflix.

Additionally, Martina's music has been recognized in her home country of Sweden. Martina was part of the top 100 in the Denniz Pop Awards 2022, an initiative to award new talents, unsung heroes and big success of the industry. The initiative aims to recognize individuals who are making an outstanding contribution to Sweden’s international pop music heritage and helping continue the legacy Denniz Pop once started.

Currently, Martina is in the process of finishing up her next project, a 6 song EP, planned to be released tin the fall/winter this year. "Love to Gold" is the first single out and can be found on all streaming platforms. Martina is keeping busy playing live shows in Los Angeles, most recently two shows at the reputable venue The Hotel Cafe.