Myyora, what a discovery!

Today I sat down, I got my juice ready, I opened Spotify and suddenly started searching for new music, I wanted something acoustic, real and with piano. It was then when I found the perfect song to fit my mood!

Myyora sings like an Angel! The intention, the quality of the voice, the colour, the way she moves through the words and the incredible vocal control accompanied by a beautiful piano. Such and artist I found in no time!

I went deeper and wanted to know more about her, who is this talented singer? Let me tell you:

Born in London with roots in France, The Congo and England, Myyora is full of quiet contradictions. She splits her time between edgy urban London and an eco-friendly garden centre in Provence, getting her manicured nails dirty in the earth. Music has forever been the essence of her life. A songstress of the soul, Myyora blends the different musical aspects of her mixed heritage and travel experiences, creating both easy-to-listen to, poetic, nature-inspired music with reverberating dance numbers, subtly traversing genres as she goes. Myyora’s calm exterior hides many deep passions. She is driven by a desire to improve the world around her. She questions the existence of borders, of social norms, of the rules and regulations that bind us together and tear us apart. She is concerned about the environment, minorities and gender equality. But her messages are conveyed gently, massaging the listener’s mind, eschewing violent forcefulness. Her songs work on multiple levels…easy lilting rythmes that work their way into the consciousness, but are never quite as simple as they seem. With a degree in Theatre Directing, the world offers a stage to Myyora, and her eclectic dress sense is another manifestation of her creativity. This young singer is a voice for the here and now, but it echoes all that has come before. Myyora records in a professional Studio in the south of France and works with a french-Irish song writing team.

The best part, you can follow her on social media! 😀

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