For several years now, Nalyssa Green writes songs and plays music to satisfy an intense inner need that dictates her to do so. In 2010 she self-released a handmade debut, entitled “Barock”. And we say handmade, because the record was created entirely in terms of diy and lo-fi. The creation of this album proved that if you want to do something, well, then you do it! As far as her sound is concerned she says that it is close to indie pop-rock, enriched with influences such as an evocative atmosphere, the drama of a thriller, post punk rhythms, folk aesthetics and urban romance. She is not sure whether this definition is helpful, but it doesn’t matter.
Nalyssa’s aim is the realization of aesthetic completeness as this resides – as a timeless idea – in her head. She loves breams, the theremin, cedars, pictures of baby Christ, golden frames, surrealism and religiousness. She promotes the return of the female essence, the exoneration of need, the revolution of beauty and the return on the belief that humanity is just another flower with roots in the earth. She is confident that this world is changing rapidly and tries to remember that she is happy about it.