Misunderstood by OSKA

OSKA, the Vienna indie-pop darling has an engaging sound that wraps around your finger like a reminder that life can be better. There is this melancholic sense of hope in her sound, it’s not lost, just subdued and hinting at itself just under the surface.

This tune, Misunderstood comes from her debut EP Honeymoon Phase, which just released, and caresses the steps and elements that crafted her life growing up. The song itself is a simple guitar, nice flow, and a beautiful tone all around. The track highlights her vocal witchery that I confess has delighted me.

Naturally, I expect that talent such as OSKA came from a musical family. I wasn’t wrong. She was born into this and found her place at a young age. Busking and performing in the capital squares and city streets. OSKA has developed a lovely songwriting style and stunning vocal presence. Check her out on our Women of Indie Playlist on Spotify.

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