Who Am I?
“That’s the question that I come closer to answering through making music. It feels like an endless journey to me...and sometimes like the biggest challenge.
Listen to my music and you will get to know me. More important, however, is that listening triggers something in you that gets you to get to know yourself better, too.”
EnaFay sees how we get tangled up in life, in our own minds, in our polarities. So she deals with it by putting it in a song. Her debut EP ‘Arwen’ tells a story about finding balance. Her lead single - This Is Us.
Being a child of many influences, she has found it difficult to place herself in a musical category. Due to her distinctive voice and writing style, she has been compared to artists such as Florence and the Machine, Kate Bush and Bjork.
Her inspirations for her artistry reach back to her origins - German-born, yet with French ancestry, she spent six of her childhood years in Ireland/Northern Ireland. Intrigued by this green island, a Celtic symbol has now become the concept of her EP.
Through the very special encounters she has had in the past years in London, she has been able to incorporate her passion for theatre and dance in her experimental soul music act.
EnaFay is in the process of learning to especially embrace those moments where (sometimes, it feels like, somewhat magically) things do come together. Letting yourself be inspired by these rather than holding on to what felt rather deconstructive is what lets you let go in order to be able to keep moving on. The best thing you can do is to choose to grow from it. This is what makes her realise that it is her who lays out her path.
She doesn’t believe in coincidence.