Indie, Pop, Rock
missy higgins, kate nash, lily allen
foy vance, the strokes, fiona apple, missy higgins, The fratellis
Pearl The Girl loves to deliver hard hitting pop/rock music. Her impetuous journal entry style of songwriting is both authentic and un-restrained.
After years of working as an actress Pearl has used her experience of tapping into emotional banks for characters as a way to also harvest genuine depth and brutally honest feelings for her music. This results in a song writing nuance of someone way beyond her years.
So eloquent in her ability to express the fundamental concepts of love, breakups, independence/loneliness it is easy to feel as though she has plucked the thoughts from our own minds and entwined them in her melody.
Pearl is an artist of contrasts, like reading through her journal she can be both cynical and optimistic. Her mellifluous vocals can feel both vulnerable and raw yet contain a dash of flirtatious moxy when she invites you into her personal space to experience her dalliances.
"“Punchy, upbeat pop-rock, that channels early Kate Nash, or even Lily Allen…An artist that continues to evolve into something entirely her own.” – Purple Sneakers (2018)"