In Greek mythology, Theia was a Titaness who was mother of the sun, moon and dawn. In the 21st Century it's the stage name of a talented artist from Christchurch, New Zealand, Em-Haley Walker. Walker made her debut in 2015 (then under the moniker Plum) with the electro-pop-meets-sultry-RnB track "Silver Second." It established Walker as one of New Zealand music's most exciting emerging acts. Fast forward to August 2016: Walker released her first single under the name Theia, "Roam," a catchy glitter-pop number with a soaring chorus; it went on to become one of the biggest breakout hits by a Kiwi artist in 2016 and proved Walker was worthy of the hype that's seen her tipped as the next big name in NZ music. MTV Australia raved, "Gin Wigmore, Broods and Lorde may have already made a name for themselves overseas, but this rising star is well on her way to hitting the big time." "Roam" received more than three million plays on Spotify in three months and continues to grow. She's now released her second official single, the epic "Champagne Supernova" (not to be confused with the Oasis tune of the same name), another soaring anthem that showcases the sophistication of Walker's songwriting abilities.