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Glockabelle is a Casio VL-Tone and glockenspiel shredder who sings in both French and English.

Her frenetic sound stems from a combination of inspiration and circumstance. Born to Francophone parents, Glockabelle received an education stateside and in France. After being introduced to the Casio VL-Tone by a neighbor in Paris, Glockabelle began blending her classical piano techniques with 8-bit synthpop sounds resulting in a hyperactive mixture of rhythm and tone. She also invented a unique technique for playing the glockenspiel: not with mallets but with eight sewing thimbles.

This unique sound led Glockabelle to a 2008 tour with Fiery Furnaces, landing her a set at the Bonnaroo Music Festival. Prior to the Fiery Furnaces. In 2010, she composed an original piece for the Paris Cinema Festival which was broadcast in French Cinemas and on French television. She has performed at The Toronto Film Festival, Miami Art Basel, SXSW, The Montreux Jazz Festival, on The Chris Gethard Show, Deep Night with Dale, and WFMU. She has opened for Lightning Bolt, Marnie Stern, The Space Lady, Mdou Moctar, Wolf Eyes, James Chance and the Contortions, Kaki King, Quintron and Miss Pussycat, and The Go! Team. 

She also opened for Jack White's Raconteurs while touring as a member of the Fiery Furnaces. The New York Times said of her performance on this tour, “Technique in action: The glockenspiel has a new heyday in indie-rock, following a lineage from Phil Spector through the E Street Band through U2’s first album to the Arcade Fire. But I haven’t seen one played the way the Fiery Furnaces did: not with mallets, but with thimbles on fingertips. That can make for more simultaneous notes, more busy metallic pling.”

In 2015, Glockabelle was a featured vocalist on the Go! Team's album The Scene Between with the song, "Catch Me on the Rebound."

She self-released her first EP in May 2015, which was hailed by SPIN as "Anarchic Enchantment" and the A.V. Club as "[showcasing] her art-punk, synth-pop provocateur music with gleeful abandon, while still highlighting her exquisite musicianship. Her 'Wolf BBQ' EP is a collection of mostly unreleased tracks. The result is a collection of equally playful and technically complex tracks filled with surf and punk tendencies, all brought together with her intricate synths and controlled madness."

In June 2015, she toured Europe opening for the Go! Team. In September 2015, she performed at the Toronto International Film Festival as she contributed the soundtrack to the short film "Concerning the Bodyguard" which was an official festival selection and narrated by Sir Salman Rushdie. 

In January 2016, she opened for the Go! Team across the U.S. And in March 2016, her thimble glockenspiel playing premiered at both Lincoln Center and The Museum of Modern Art in New York City as "Concerning the Bodyguard" was an official selection at the New Directors New Films festival. 

In June of 2016, she completed a tour opening for Kaki King in the U.S. and Canada, and in December 2016, her work debuted in Japan as her "Gazelle" song was selected as part of an exclusive compilation by the Tokyo-based label Stubbie Records. 

In March 2017, she performed as an official artist at the SXSW festival in Austin, Texas. Her journey and performance at SXSW were filmed as part of a two-hour documentary by the NHK Network of Japan which premiered in April 2017.

In April 2018, she completed a solo tour of the northeastern U.S. supporting noise rock legends, Lightning Bolt.

In 2019, she shared the stage with Nigerien guitar shredder, Mdou Moctar at WFMU's Monty Hall as well as San Francisco's casio legend, The Space Lady. She also performed  at two festivals: Pop Montreal and the O+ Festival in Kingston, NY.

In 2020, she gave an outdoor performance atop a flatbed truck in Bovina, NY.

In 2022, she performed at Battery Park for the FĂȘte de la Musique.

In 2023, she hosted her first annual LOVEFEST in Delhi, NY, returned to Europe for her first post-covid European tour in France, Austria and Italy and performed at Lincoln Center for France Rocks and the Summer for the City Festival.