New striking strokes
Who: Teenage indie-folk artist from Hastings (UK) who draws influences from
folk pioneers such as Elliot Smith and Sufjan Stevens whilst embracing the sonic experimentation of artists such as The Flaming Lips.
About the album: “‘Goldfish’ debut album contains songs that were written by the artist
as early as 14 years old, at the breakout of the Covid-19 pandemic. ‘Goldfish’ is a genuinely raw and confessional body of work in both its lyrical content and intentional lo-fi tilting production values.”
New single: STUPID WORDS
A piece taken from her forthcoming debut album ‘Goldfish‘
landing on Bellza‘s 18th birthday, next week, on 23 August.
About the album: “‘Goldfish’ debut album contains songs that were written by
the artist as early as 14 years old, at the breakout of the Covid-19 pandemic. Goldfisch
is a genuinely raw and confessional body of work in both its lyrical content and intentional
lo-fi tilting production values. The album is journey of melodic sophistication wrapped in contemporary folk stylistics and tastefully embellished with psychedelic and dream pop overtones.”
TUTV: As a seasoned music addict, I always applaud the rise of young talented
(emphasis on talented) artists who follow their heart and soul and their emotive
taste for other minded-like musicians and create something that sounds and feels promising and challenging.
Enter Bellza who draws the aural attention of Sharon van Etten and Angel Olsen (in their early more acoustic oriented work) fans (like me). Stupid Words is a tender, intimate and mixed emotions lullaby that affects from the first spin. Her songwriting skills and her
near-whispering and calming voice (and striking artwork) will make her go places.