Dana Boulé is a classically trained American composer, singer-songwriter, producer and multi-instrumentalist based in Paris, France. Her melodic genre bending music has been featured in Woody Allen’s Midnight In Paris, Oscar nominated Jimmy Neutron, The John Oliver Show, Sesame Street and she has scored multiple independent features, short films and commercials for clients such as Marie Claire and MTV Networks. Her career spans ten studio albums in genres ranging from punk rock to classical, folk, pop, family music and film scores, always with an ear for long-lasting melodies. She was frontwoman for New York punk bands Stupid and The Sobs before moving to France and releasing two piano driven solo albums, Going Gone and We All Need To Calm Down, both featured in multiple films. She is also one half of the cult indie folk group The Resident Cards. From 2018 - 2020 she released two bilingual electropop family albums, a monthly podcast and toured extensively in French and English as Dana and The Petit Punks.
In 2023 she returned to the piano with her tristesse infused dream pop album Are You Sure You’re OK? followed in February 2024 with OK Versions, an electronic ambient reworking of the album by NY ambient artist Gustav Baller.