The GRAMMY Museum was thrilled to welcome two-time GRAMMY-nominated singer/songwriter/producer K.Flay for an intimate conversation about her double-EP project, Inside Voices and Outside Voices, the conceptual underpinnings of the new music, and her creative process and career, followed by a performance. The conversation was be moderated by Billboard senior editor, Lyndsey Havens. The Chicago-born K.Flay’s near-undefinable combination of dark-electro soundscapes, art-pop sensibilities, spitfire lyrics, industrial rock backbone and versatile vocals has led the songwriter/artist/multi-instrumentalist to two GRAMMY nominations (Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical for ‘Every Where Is Some Where’, and Best Rock Song for "Blood in the Cut"), tours alongside Grouplove, Imagine Dragons & Thirty Seconds To Mars, and festival appearances at Austin City Limits, Bonnaroo, Coachella, Outside Lands, Firefly, and Riot Fest. In addition to 'Inside Voices' and 'Outside Voices', she also recently dropped the three-track cover collection ‘Don’t Judge A Song By Its Cover’ that included off-the-wall reimaginings of songs by Limp Bizkit, The Offspring & Green Day, and appeared on songs by X Ambassadors, grandson, Arkells, and Jax Anderson. She has written original music for 'Harley Quinn: Birds of Prey' and 'Tomb Raider', and penned songs for Two Feet, Walk the Moon, Bishop Briggs, Fitz and the Tantrums, Misterwives, and more.