Swedish singer/ songwriter Mirva is back on the music scene with fresh new music. With new material recorded in Sydney Australia together with ARIA award-winning producer Braddon Williams (Delta Goodrem, Il Divo, Guy Sebastian) Mirva delivers catchy pop melodies and bold arrangements with a voice that soothes the soul.
"I want to create feel-good, inspirational & serotonin raising experiences. Under the MiRVA umbrella, I strive to make music that is good for the soul with positive approach meant to inspire and spread happiness. We share a responsibility as artists to be aware of what we give to the world through our art.
Mirva's debut album We're Here Now released 2006 made a significant mark as being the first eco-friendly album release in Sweden. Mirva: " I felt there was a need at the time to make a stand in Sweden to promote an eco-friendly alternative to the mass production of albums. Nowadays it's easier to be green and a lot more common to think about the impact of all products and production. I'm glad I was part of the wave of change that happened back then."
After a few years away from the music scene Mirva is now back with a new EP and with a new mind set. " I left music, not knowing if I would ever come back to it. I had came to a stage in my life where I was questioning all of existence, I really wasn't sure who I was anymore and in that turmoil I lost the drive to create. I had used music as therapy and get things out my whole life and now I had reached a place in my life where I didn't want to create from that negative head space anymore. The problem was that I didn't know how to make music from another place either, so I stopped. I think I needed those few years to reflect and do something else. It wasn't until a year ago music started entering my life again and through some amazing synchronycities life gave me another chance to get back into again. I feel so exited about this EP, It has a completely different vibe to my previous work. I have always loved writing pop music with an edge, its' where I feel most at home in the world of music. Writing from a healthier head space has given me a blank canvas to start painting on and I feel blessed and exited about this next chapter of the journey."