After completing her collegiate studies in classical music, she began performing in night clubs and formed an indie rock band with musicians she met on Craigslist. Within one year, the group was recording their first full length album when she suffered a devastating car wreck as a passenger of a driver under the influence; her survival played a pivotal role in propelling SOLA to actualize her dream of becoming a solo artist. She was a finalist in the Philadelphia Songwriter's Project and toured the US as a singer-songwriter using her family name, Laura Promiscuo, before relocating to Los Angeles to top-line for pop music producers. Brazilian DJ, Rey Vercosa asked her to write songs for his dance label, RV Records and all songs went straight to #1 on Beatport.
Grammy winning producer Tim Sonnefeld, known for Usher's Raymond vs. Raymond, discovered SOLA when she was performing in their hometown of Philadelphia and the pair began writing songs to highlight her signature voice over strings, synths and hard-hitting drum beats. SOLA's debut album was recorded at Redstar Recording Studios in Los Angeles CA beginning in 2016 and will release on June 28, 2019. The project aims to deliver a stadium pop sound, while honoring SOLA's romantic ideals and mystical influences of an older world.
In 2017, SOLA discovered her biggest musical influence during a rehearsal at her drummer's house, when his parents mentioned a similarity to the late Israeli pop artist Ofra Haza.