It was like JST that he launched himself in music, in 2008, with an album entitled Liffely. But Joana Serrat i Tarré, Catalan born in 1983, in Vic (capital of the district of Osona, Barcelona), came to leave that acronym, presenting herself only as Joana Serrat. And if that first album, still signed as JST, was born from a stay in Dublin, Ireland, allowing him to perform that year in 2008 in Portugal and in the south of France, the following ones would come much later. He also released a second album as JST, Hit The Pavement, also in author’s edition (like the first), but did not even promote it, hence it is not in his official discography.
As a result of the work accumulated since 2009, in 2012 he released a double album, The Relief Sessions, the first as Joana Serrat, but still self-published, the following appearing with the El Segell del Primavera seal: Dear Great Canyon (2014), Cross The Verge (2016), Grabolosa (an EP with four of the songs by Cross The Verge sung in Catalan) and Dripping Springs (2017). Her fifth and next album as Joana Serrat, Hardcore From The Heart, will be released on the 11th of June this year and will have 10 songs: Easy, Pictures (released as a single in March and now premiered on video), These roads, You’re with me everywhere I go, Summer never ends, How to make you love me, Demons, Take me back where I belong, Hotel room 609 e Wild beast.
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