A solo artist widely recognised for her unique sense of style and sound, people most often describe Zsuzsika Lencses as a memorable cross between Alicia Keys and Mariah Carey. A Melbourne sensation, her style of music, genre and the powerful sound of her voice has made Zsuzsika one of the most intriguing and anticipated independent artists on the blossoming underground music scene.
A singer, songwriter and recording artist with Hungarian and Polish background, Zsuzsika’s comes from a long line of musicians on her Father’s side, with her Dad nurturing her musical aspirations and helping her to follow in his own creative footsteps. With a sound born from a diverse range of influences, including the likes of Pink Floyd, The Beegees, Guns ‘n’ Roses ,Tina Turner, Aretha Franklin, Olivia Newton-John, Mariah Carey, and Bryan Adams, Zsuzsika has been able to create a unique and expansive style that her fans can’t get enough of.
After starting her career in various bands, Zsuzsika started pursuing her music career professionally and as a solo artist in later 2017, auditioning for the Universal School of Music. Driven by her emotions and the deeply human experiences in life, it was the tragic passing of her Father that pushed Zsuzsika to pursue her dream of becoming a professional musician. A tribute to her Father, she released the acclaimed EP, ‘Start Again’ in 2018, taking the first brave steps in making her dream and reality.
Since the release of the EP, Zsuzsika has gone from strength to strength, and most recently, she’s released the landmark new single, ‘Prisoner’. A deeply evocative track that rallies around a complex, cascading melody and Zsuzsika’s pristine vocals.
Available now on Spotify, the single is an impressive glimpse into the talent and sound that Zsuzsika has been refining for years now. It’s entrancing, and deeply moving, bringing together vibrant digital energy with some raw, human emotion. Stream it above, and keep your eyes open for our upcoming review of the track in the next few days.