At some point on the wistful road of Joanna Gemma Auguris ‘Green Water’ EP, you realise you are being whispered to by a masterful singer-songwriter whose dreamy and honest lyrical depictions shine much light into the darkness of her music.
This deep and timeless folk, woven together in a place that could resemble the depths of the sea or in the fading light of a secret room you dreamt about once, is brought together at times with soft electronica that does anything but get in the way of her un-earthly voice atop an accordion which sounds like it’s born of her blood
- a nostalgic and analogue essence that clearly makes her music what it is.
Tangled up in the emotional and truthful moments that surely all people weave in and out of at some point in their lives, it becomes clear that this music carries great empathy for our lost and lonely bones.
released February 24, 2016
songs, vocals, accordion, by Joanna Gemma Auguri
synths and electric devices: Lukas Lonski
drums: Felix Classen
recorded and engineered by Lonski and Classen at Osthafen Studio
and Ingo Krauss at Candybomber Studio Berlin
artwork by Sophie Beyerlein