Capturing the incomprehensible in music: Chris Wenner asks existential questions in “Another Song”. With his music stripped down to its essential elements, effective use of percussion and guitar solos, framed by the equally enchanting and soft voice of his daughter Greta Lovisa, he reminds us of the past, the transient and the positive future that can grow from it: “Here is another tune to grow a sleeping seed. Here is a little bit of what you still might need.” He lulls in the listener with lyrics that are both soothing and profound.
Chris Wenner’s tracks put his gentle voice in the foreground and follow his core tenet: Handmade, original music! As a singer-songwriter he can look back on numerous successes and musical collaborations. Greta Lovisa, meanwhile, has recorded and released modern soul-pop releases in her adopted home of London. What a team! As versatile singers, both harmonize congenially and create here the perfect sound for quiet contemplative hours.
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Bio – Greta Lovisa
Lets me introduce myself – I am Greta Lovisa and I sing.
I have been writing songs and singing them from a young age. My first song written was in German, I was four years old and singing “Mein Traum” – “My Dream”, talking about me being on stage and performing. Let’s say it is not the best song I have written…but it is the first one to have set the tone for my later life. By that time I started playing the violin, followed by the piano a few years later. I have been performing my whole life. In front of my mother and sisters as a child, to festivals in England, always being my happiest when I get to sing for other people.My music is a mixture of Pop and alternative RnB but I try to treat genre fluidly. For example, my song “Disconnect” is a very 2000’s feel-good RnB song, which smooth and catchy vocals, whilst “SHE” is a bad-ass, strong, pop song, with heavy drums. My main qualities as an artist are my way of finding harmonies and layers, in every song, whilst having slight a Swedish accent in some words I pronounce, which has been described as pleasant and different. Whilst I hope that my music strikes a chord with listeners and moves people emotionally, I also hope that my repertoire will include songs that people want to blast in the car, or listen to whilst getting ready for a party while singing along.