Priska is a world apart. I think there is no one like her. She writes haunting melodies with a strong hook that linger in your mind.
She is French born but lives in a sort of a reclusion in a small village on a river, lost in the north east of Italy, in the Alps. She is
wild and sings heartfelt tunes, happy sad and very peculiar ones but she enchanted the likes of Paul Roland and Annie Brabazza
and they will start collaborate in the next future.
Priska voice is something in a world apart, too. Sometimes she reminds the likes of Nico or Bridget St. John’s low pitch but her
voice is spiced of amber and velvet.
She haunted me from the first time I stumbled into her world by a weird, old fashioned handwrittem letter where she described
so hunbly her self produced first album. It was so unusual that I looked for her and eventually rang her phone and say hello. We
became friends and I can tell you she is bittersweet exactly as her music that I hope will haunt you as well.
I choosed the songs for the anthology trying to explain the may sides of her songwriting. But you will hear more from such a
stunning talent. This anthology welcomes Priska in the Dark Companion family.
Max Marchini, July 2021