Introduce us to your music!

Soft yet gritty.

How did you start out?

My debut single, Horizon, came out in March 2018 via Universal Hungary. Its success earned a spot for me at HOTS – Hungarian Oncoming Tunes, a workshop for emerging European talent, where we connected with Ville Leppanen (The Animal Farm UK) then I started to send him demos and ideas. In January 2019, I went to London to record new music. Grace N Dirt is the first single from those babies, Stranger Things is the second one that came out recently – check them out! 

Describe the sound.

I don’t like to put labels on things. I’m inspired by so many different genres and artists I think my style is the mixture of those impressions. I like storytelling, I like music that talks about important issues but I also like music I can dance to like crazy. 

What influences your craft?

Inspiration is everywhere. I got inspired by personal life experiences – arts, movies, buildings, nature, people.

What makes your project different?

Everybody has a different point of view. I’ve got my own too.

When introducing people to your music, what song should I show them first? What is your quintessential track?

Grace N Dirt 

What has been the biggest struggle in your career so far?

Patience. I’m learning to be patient and enjoy the ride instead of just focusing on the goal all the time.  

What has been the biggest highlight in your career so far?

Those little messages from “strangers” that say they love my music. It melts my heart.

How bright is the future of your band – what are the plans?

You never know but the plan is to keep releasing new music, keep working, learning, evolving, expressing, experiencing.

When all is said and done, how would you like to be remembered?

I don’t often think about that, I’m just doing my thing.

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