Faith Boblett is a Minneapolis singer-songwriter with roots in northern Minnesota. She began writing her own music at the age of thirteen, shortly after teaching herself to play the guitar. Though Faith was raised in a musical household, she has been persistent in finding her own voice through songwriting and performing. Her goal? Timeless songs.
Faith’s music falls somewhere in the realm of pop, Americana, rock, and alt-country. She pulls inspiration from songwriters like Sheryl Crow, Brandi Carlile, and Tom Petty. Faith Boblett was named one of 2018’s Best New Bands by First Avenue.
In 2013, Faith released her debut album, Oil & Water, produced by Brent Sigmeth. In 2014, Faith released Tell ME, an EP produced by Knol Tate. In November of 2018, she released her second full-length album, Enough, produced by Knol Tate & Faith Boblett. Faith's third LP, take care, was released in October 2020.
In addition to writing and performing her own music, Faith Boblett is also a part of the larger Minneapolis music scene. She has performed as a part of the annual XTC: Senses Working Overtime tribute, as well as other tribute shows for Tom Petty, Dolly Parton, and Shania Twain. Faith has also provided backup vocals for other local bands like Fathom Lane, Deleter, American Housewife, Blue Green, XIII Arrows, Nick Costa, and The Crash Bandits.