Tohm Lev is an Israeli singer-songwriter based out of New York City and San Francisco.  Uplifting electro-pop anthems with quirky and inspirational lyrics that share her outlook on life.  Tohm's distinct sound can can be described as a fusion of Sara Bareilles and Coldplay. 

After completing her military service in the Israeli Air Force, Tohm took a leap of faith by moving to NY to pursue her music career.  Jumpstarted her career through a little serendipity, when she met Simon Kirk (Bad Company's legendary drummer) while working as a dog-walker.  Shortly thereafter, they started recording demos together and translated her Hebrew songs into English.  In 2011, she released her first album "Tohm Girl" produced by Grammy-nominated producer Larry Dvoskin and Lady Gaga's co-writer Gordon Grody.  Tohm has been featured at NYC venues such as Sullivan Hall, Webster Hall, Galapagos Lounge, R Bar,  The Bitter End, & Telephone Bar, just to name a few.

Some of the artists who inspire Tohm's writing are: The Beatles, Michael Jackson, Elton John, and Regina Spektor.  At a young age, Tohm drew inspiration from strong female characters who fought for what they wanted, despite seemingly overwhelming odds against them.  Characters such as Buffy Summers in the hit TV series, "Buffy The Vampire Slayer," as well as childhood heroines like Ariel from Disney's "The Little Mermaid," offered Tohm inspiration which she applied to her work.  Most of Tohm's songs have underlying themes of female empowerment, independence, and following your dreams.  

"I fall in love quickly.  I also get my heart broken at times.  My therapy is writing music, singing it, and sharing it with others.  I believe that we all go through hard times and experience similar challenges as human beings.  As an artist, I am honored to express it  in a way that can inspire and empower others." - Tohm Lev