Informed by tone and emotion she serves a purity in her music and accompanied by lush aethetics Joviale evokes the tempting coyness of our drama dreams. Tune in and don’t forget to watch her music video for ’Ride away’, speaking o lush!
You are based in London, right? What do you think of the art and music scene there?
Yeah! It's popping off.
When and how did you get into music?
I've been into music all my life. Only got into making my own stuff 3 years ago.
What do you do besides music?
I'm a teaching assistant at an SEN school (Special Education Needs).
When did you find your sound and how would you describe it?
I'm still trying to figure that out.
I’m also curious about the latest single Ride away, what that does this track represent for you?
The fun in danger...also growth, it's one of the first demos I ever made.
Sources of aesthetic and artistic inspiration?
Catwalks, Musicals, Opera's...In fact, I don't know anymore, we are exposed to so much content that surely we are al being inspired by the same things.
Can you tell us more about recording with your producer Bullion and the process of working with him?
Nathan ! He's a G. I'm lucky to be working with him. The process... is still developing. But there's a lot of mutual excitement between each session.
What can we expect from you this year?
I'm still trying to figure that out haha !
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