⌽ Should’ve Known Better ⌽
PAVVLA, the scenic pseudonym of Paula Jornet, a Barcelona-based actress and composer, made her debut with the album, ‘Creatures‘. Songs like, ‘Should’ve Known Better’ positioned Jornet as one of Spain’s most promising new indie artists.
She used to play these same songs at pubs with just her acoustic guitar, which have now become a mixture of folk with hushed electronics. And notably, with a voice that will give you goosebumps.
As an artist, PAVVLA exudes power, delicateness, and warmth that touched the music industry not only in Spain but also internationally.
Her dark, alt-folk style is the gorgeous marriage of Daughter, Julien Baker, and Sharon Van Etten. Her mature and gripping songwriting mirrors these great artists as well. Just one listen to “Should’ve Known Better” will make you a believer in not only her talent but also her enormous potential.
The songs’ dreamy atmosphere, wrapped in guitar arpeggios and sparse drum, entwines within a synthetic terrain. An intimate tone approaches folk with minimal electronic arrangements offset by low drones and slight builds. A bit murky, Jornet’s confessional vocal floats over a landscape, tinged with microscopic sounds.dre
Words like “dark” or “wintry”, are frequently used to describe Pavvla’s music. Percussion and synth effects cannot evoke the mist more; as if a gigantic gray cloud had perennially flown over the Brighton’s room in which she composed her songs.
Worldwide media such as NPR and BBC Radio1 praise PAVVLA for her passionate lyrics, and distinguished folk tunes.
And she’s successful because of her voice and how she uses it; she knows how to import her acting skills on stage to enhance her music and seduce her audience
PAVVLA’s intimate and personal music provides a wonderful vibe for relaxation and contemplation.
RIYL: Feist, London Grammar, Daughter, I Know Places x Lyyke Li, Agnes Obel