With serene self-confidence, BROCKHOFF helps the nascent wave of self-evident feminism of her generation to gain momentum and shows that young female artists from Germany can also do other things than smooth, introverted pop. At the same time, she doesn't have to hide from international role models.
Her music evokes 90s memories of bands like The Cardigans, Foo Fighters or Sheryl Crow and at the same time picks up elements of US artists like Snail Mail, Phoebe Bridgers and Soccer Mommy with her sensitivity. This is music with more than a vague idea, coherent harmonies and a pinch of criticism - this is lived-in realness with savvy hooks, vulnerable songwriting and impulsive personality.
That this sound is yet to make big waves is inevitable.