Born and raised in Berlin, THALA (pronounced TAH-LAH) began performing music publicly in 2019 as a street musician, at open mic events and within some months was performing as support to some well known international artists and thus drawing the attention of many in the music industry. THALA combines a dreamy soundscape with thoughtful lyrics and brings back some retro vibes from the 70s mixed with 80/90s shoegaze and psych, drawing on influences from the likes of Mazzy Star, Beach House, Cigarettes After Sex and The Brian Jonestown Massacre. THALA came to the attention of labels Born Losers Records (US) & Duchess Box Records (BERLIN) who were quick and ready to want to work with her. Serenade is the first single from her forthcoming debut album. The track was produced by Michael Kümper who she has a musical partnership with which has created the perfect balance between her songwriting and his production to create these dreamy recordings. Her debut LP will be out Sept 17th 2021.
Merging thoughtful lyrics with 70s retro vibes, the singer draws on inspiration from the likes of Mazzy Star and Beach House for her latest single, pulling on their charismatic sound and relaxing soundscapes. Using her angelic vocals to dictate the production, the Berlin-hailed singer serves up a wistful single with hints of country – just the ticket to get you in the mood for summer.Berlin artist THALA makes music that seems to drift through inner realms. - WONDERLAND MAGAZINE
Connecting her most intimate feelings with truly beautiful aspects of sound, the songwriter's work dwells in elements of the subconscious. Worth comparing to Mazzy Star, say, or even those early Beach House records, her work exists on its own terms. - CLASH MAGAZINE
With “diditagain” THALA once again crafts a world of colorful pastel detail and brilliant summer haze. THALA pulls both from vintage influences like Mazzy Star or Cocteau Twins and from modern indie touchstones like Beach House, blending them together into a potent mix of dreamy stylings. - UNDER THE RADAR