Combine 60’s psychedelic music, surf rock, witchy folk, gothy themes, and powerful vocals and see A.N.J.A.’s world come to life before your inner eyes! Charismatic Belfast based singer/songwriter A.N.J.A. lets the listener escape into mythical worlds that seem older than time itself – and yet, her chants are modern and original in their own way.

The sometimes mysterious and cool, sometimes witchy themes of some of her songs are not just haunting and pictorial but also a more relevant than ever allegory for the female empowerment of the new decade.

A.N.J.A.’s influences are world music band Goat and folk artists like Vashti Bunyan, Iron & Wine, and Alela Diane. She also draws inspiration from indie and alternative rock, rockabilly, and 60s psychedelic music which can be seen from far away by the shine of her cherry-red Epiphone casino guitar that enchants the listener with its John Lennon-esque retro charm and warm jazzy sound.

A.N.J.A. is originally from Germany and moved to the UK in 2017. Starting out as a busker in the streets of Belfast only two years ago, she has already come a long way.

Since her first-ever song release “Black River Falls” last autumn, A.N.J.A. has played several live gigs on renowned stages of Northern Ireland’s capital already. One of these shows was for the monthly GIFTED show last December in The Belfast Empire.

A.N.J.A. made her TV debut on NVTV in the same month and got the first radio spin of her release “Black River Falls” on local sender Blast106 at the beginning of this year. She received plenty of positive feedback and another radio spin on Blast 106 for her second single “Deadly Fallen For You (And the Devil Knows) which she released in April of 2020.

A.N.J.A. records and produces her songs herself. She recorded her latest single “Men Will Die Tonight” during lockdown which will be part of her debut EP ‘Digital Love Spells’ this August.

SOURCE: Official Bio

LINKS:
https://www.anjamusic.co.uk
https://facebook.com/anjalivemusic
https://instagram.com/a.n.j.a.music
https://twitter.com/anjamusicuk

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