Born to Colombian parents in Tkaronto, Ceréna (she/they) is a recording artist and one of the co-founders of Club Quarantine, the original queer zoom party that began during lockdown and has been featured on PAPER, The Cut, The New York Times & VICE. Being in the music industry since 2012, most of Ceréna’s career was one where she pretended to be someone she’s not, pressured by the standards of an industry that relies more on money and conformity, rather than artistic integrity and authenticity. After becoming fully independent, Ceréna began immersing herself in the queer community which gave her the power to be her authentic self. Her debut album as Ceréna is the reclamation of herself and elaborates on themes of freedom, community, unity and love. ‘resurrection’ is now available everywhere.