This Time Donna Missal
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- 4Metal Man03:48
- 5Test My Patience04:08
- 7Keep Lying03:36
- 10This Time04:21
- 11Don’t Say Goodnight03:14
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New Jersey singer Donna Missal may be a newbie but her passionately raw vocal proves she could capture even the most jaded listeners. With a mighty set of pipes akin to Lana Del Rey’s smoky pop softness, soulful strength and grit of Alabama Shakes’ Brittany Howard and the howl of Janis Joplin, the songstress’ trifecta appeal carries her with a lighted torch to the forefront of today’s crowded musical landscape.
Blending elements of soul, hip-hop and rock & roll, Missal shaped THIS TIME’s sonic landscape partly by laying live recordings down on tape, then sampling those recordings to imbue her songs with a fresh yet timeless energy. Much of that live recording took place at the iconic Different Fur Studios in San Francisco, where she was joined by musicians such as Nate Mercereau (Leon Bridges).
“I really wanted this album to reference my history of playing in bands,” Missal explains. “It’s all these very pure, talented musicians playing together in a room, but then we took that and sampled it and altered in a way that creates something totally new.”
Lead single “Keep Lying” is off to a strong start at Alternative radio with 18 stations adding the track. After Zane Lowe premiered Missal’s original demo version of “Keep Lying” on Beats 1, it shot to the top of the Spotify Viral and HypeMachine charts.
Missal’s songs have racked up more than 10 million cumulative streams worldwide. In this feature article, Ladygunn observed, “Straightforward and soulful, her tracks thus far are all smoky deliveries of juxtaposing emotions…[Her] willingness to tell personal stories, ones that we rarely get to hear, is evident in her track ‘Girl’ a play by play of the worst aspects of female competition.”Zane Lowe, who premiered “Girl” on Beats 1, praised its “timeless, latter-day Prince vibe.”“Thrills” was heard in a recent episode of “The Bold Type,” airing on Freeform. Missal’s music has also been licensed by such shows as “House of Lies,” “Easy” and “The Vampire Diaries.”
She is featured on two tracks from Macklemore’s latest album, Gemini: “Over It,” which she co-wrote, and “Glorious.” She also featured on Rudimental’s “No Fear” and co-wrote Leon Bridges’ “Bet Ain’t Worth the Hand.” “Power” – an original song she co-wrote with Baz Luhrmann and recorded for Netflix’s “The Get Down” – won the Hollywood Music in Media Award for Best Original Song.
Donna Missal, vocals
New Jersey singer Donna Missal has just a few tracks to her name, but the newbie’s enrapturing and passionately raw vocal proved she could capture even the most jaded of listeners. Her mighty set of pipes fits somewhere between the smoky pop softness of Lana Del Rey, the soulful strength and grit of Alabama Shakes’ Brittany Howard and the retro rocker howl of Janis Joplin, the songstress’ trifecta appeal carries her with a lighted torch to the forefront of today’s crowded musical landscape.
A common denominator in all of her music - Missal's vocal acrobatics – make it abundantly clear that this young singer's distinctly rare talent won't get lost in the static.
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