- 1. Joana Serrat - Lullaby Pretty Babe 2.26 379 plays
- 2. Joana Serrat - Old Town 2.33 287 plays
- 3. Joana Serrat - Newsom Song 1.57 287 plays
- 4. Joana Serrat - El Meu Regne 2.19 335 plays
- 5. Joana Serrat - Pecats 3.20 305 plays
- 6. Joana Serrat - Little Darling 3.09 273 plays
- 7. Joana Serrat - Vacuum (L'astronauta) 3.00 272 plays
- 8. Joana Serrat - Bedroom Culture 2.57 250 plays
- 9. Joana Serrat - Princesa de Colors 2.56 727 plays
- 10. Joana Serrat - Moonbeams 5.06 243 plays
- 11. Joana Serrat - Carry Me Home (Shiny Thing) 2.25 443 plays
- 12. Joana Serrat - My Wife 1.32 252 plays
- 13. Joana Serrat - Winter Soul 3.22 216 plays
- 14. Joana Serrat - Sharing Wine (a summer tale) 3.10 357 plays
- 15. Joana Serrat - Beneath My Tree 2.23 201 plays
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Joana Serrat was born in Vic (Barcelona) in 1983. As a child wants to play the Harp but she finds no place to learn it. Meanwhile se grows up listening Neil Young, Van Morrison, James Taylor records. At age of eleven, however, she began to study classical music and piano. At the age of fifteen and seventeen wins two first prize of poetry in her town. At sixteen starts to play guitar and at the age of eighteen finally decides quit piano.
By that time she begins to make some songs that will form the first group, Deva. In June 2005 travels to Dublin to work and it’s goes deeply into the work of Bob Dylan. This trip will be the beginning of the creation of a personal voice. After this experience Joana Serrat starts to her first own themes which materialise in her first job Liffey (2008, Laura r. Perkins). Under the acronym J.S.T. published two works: Liffey (Laura r. Perkins, 2008), debut album and with which she achieved her first recognition, and Hit The Pavement (desktop publishing, 2009),recorded with the The Sofa Dreams band.
After an introspection time and personal resarching she decides to change her way and stop the pop-rock sound to find her own voice. From this process emerged The Relief Sessions, a double CD which goes from the Indie Folk, to indie and pop to country and rockabilly. We find here clear american influences as Bob Dylan, Bill Callahan and Joanna Newsom. Joana Serrat music is warm, evocative and deep that makes her style very personal and recognizible.
- REVIEWS -
ENDERROCK: "... Joana Serrat is confirmed as a voice emancipated, who opens his own path on the basis of songs that reach far away and deep inside." 5 of 5 stars.
MONDOSONORO: "Already said Dylan, the times are changing, and this time for the better"
GOMAG: "... A lovely voice timbre ... Among the most outstanding of the national scene thanks to the wonderful The Relief Sessions"
H MAGAZINE: "... Exercise of bravery and sincerity ... folk high to levels of ambient pop exquisite ... seduces and emotionally hypnotizes. Magnificent."
RAC105: "The voice of Joana warm, intimate and suggestive, provides a very personal sonority ... takes account of every detail to get the best result." (More)
ARA: "There are lots of amazing things in The Relief Sessions ... "(More)
AVUI: "Revealing album... an artist with character ... someone who is necessary not lose track. "
TN (TV3): "The Catalan musical scene continues to bringing great surprises with emerging geniality's .... The last name: Joana Serrat. "- (More)
BINAURAL: "One of the most singer are talking ... Warm and delicious style, which even to moments may get to remind the more earthy side of Tegan & Sara" (More)
SHOOKDOWN: "... A double CD called to earn a spot in the current scenario ... Joana Serrat has started the year in a big way "(More)
El9NOU: "The result of the combination of passion and maturity, exploring new musical paths ... A work that represents his consecration "
VILAWEB: "The Relief Sessions', his latest album, but it the first of a new era ..." (More)
Anima: "... One of the surprises of the musical scene"