Joviale is the celestial musician with a fresh take on pop. Her beguiling aesthetic and matching whimsical sound (drawn from her love of meditation, botanicals and dance) is slowly building the London artist a loyal fan base – one that will no doubt increase following the release of her upcoming, Bullion-produced EP Crisis.
In anticipation, Joviale has just dropped another single from the project. A Taste Of The Heavens is an intoxicating mix of electronic beats, drawn-out synth sounds and mythological lyricism. Taking its inspiration from the Greek legend of Narcissus, the rising singer croons about people’s obsessions with their own reflection, dancing ethereally against a meadow backdrop in the video.
Check out the video below before getting the 100% intel on this soon-to-be star. You’ll be reaching for the crystals in no time.
10%: Where were you born, where were you raised and where are you now based?
20%: At what point did you realise you’d be able to do what you love for a living?
I’m still getting there.
30%: What’s a piece of advice that changed your life?
Don’t contribute to your own abuse.
40%: What kind of emotions and experiences influenced your work the most?
I’m not actually too sure, it’ll be a trail of thought I then spend weeks and months unpacking myself.
50%: What can you tell us about your next project?
CRISIS. CRISIS. CRISIS. CRISIS. CRISIS. CRISIS. CRISIS. CRISIS. CRISIS. CRISIS. CRISIS. CRISIS.
It’s super cute.
60%: Break down your typical day at work…
There is no “typical day” at work. I work with kids with special needs.
70%: What can artists do to help save the world?
Try to be less performative with their morals and less involved in their own bubble.
80%: Love, Like, Hate?
I love the sound of big bodies of water. I like sparkling water. It’s no good putting hate out into the world.
90%: You can only listen to three albums for the rest of your life. What are they?
Veckatemist by Grizzly Bear
Destiny Fulfilled by Destiny’s Child
Some kind of Eric Satie compilation
100%: No.1 holiday destination?
Today, I’m thinking about Nicaragua.