Patrick Doval drops his new video titled ‘Broken Girl’. The track really caught my initial attention with a retro intro in the vein of vintage The Cure and a wonderful chord progression that really exemplifies Patrick’s pop-sensible songwriting style with his unique vocal style. And it all fits in a beautiful tightly wrapped package of originality.

A glorious combination of post-modern late eighties and raging twenties conviction, Patrick Doval may be one of the defining artists of the next decade.

About Patrick Doval

Patrick Doval is a multifaceted artist with a track record to prove it. Since 2008, he has independently released 5-albums and 22-music videos. This vast body of work highlights Patrick’s endless musical and visual creative inspiration.

Patrick’s work has garnered a lot of attention from the art world. A number of his music videos have been showcased at premier contemporary art stages including Art Basel, and the Wynwood Arts District of Miami’s Curator’s Voice Art Projects. The Miami, FL-based singer/songwriter and producer recently exhibited select pieces from his “Lovers” series alongside Hollywood photographer, Robert Zuckerman during Art Basel 2017.


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Doval’s sound, vision, and voice drew comparisons to The Cure, David Bowie, The Smiths & Jeff Buckley. His latest album, Obscured, was released in 2016 with the lead single, “Sugarless Candy”, debuting at # 164 on the FMQB radio charts and received numerous adds across U.S. radio stations; even climbing the charts for 14-straight weeks. The single peaked at #27 on the FMQB AC40 charts & spent 20 weeks in the top 100. His 20th music video, “Crush” (2017) premiered on New Noise Magazine and was featured on C-Heads Magazine & and his video “Lover” premiered on Toronto Canada’s website, Pure Grain Audio. Patrick Doval is a creative well-spring that continuously produces a genuine, inventive take on indie rock.

SOURCE: Official Bio

All photos by Geo Ruiz.

Doval’s sound, vision, and voice drew comparisons to The Cure, David Bowie, The Smiths & Jeff Buckley.
– New Noise Magazine

…draws comparisons to the creativity level of someone like David Bowie, who always took art into new, exciting directions.
– Enter the Venture