Joana Serrat’s Trapped In The Fog, helps continue the serene nostalgic impetus her songs and artistic whimsy she’d set out in 2012. The calming folksy entrenchment of a song, builds up the shivers we all can get from a dynamic assault on our feelings. Trapped In The Fog, does scale the walls of skepticism, and it surely (and warmly) embraces our ‘self’.
“The road is long, straight, heading up to the Montana sky – heeding warnings of bliss, not. Wrapped on by the knock, knock of yonder glimmering candle – of sought happiness and malignant sorrows. I keep on riding, imagined and actual; rubber sole grinding on the hot and impartial pavement.” – CHF
In short, we dig Joana lots. We’d wish we started this site earlier, so we could have written about her.
But the good news is that we now know who she is, and what she does. And what she does – we want to get to know, even more.
We love folk songs and folk singer-songwriters, and entertainment coming from foreign lands makes it more appealing.
Kudos, Joana. Kudos.
Glad to know ya, and looking forward to more.
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— Joana Serrat (@JoanaSerrat) September 11, 2017