Dom La Nena
Dom La Nena
- Dom La Nena is a Brasilian singer-songwriter, producer and violoncellist based in Paris. Starting at a young age, she collaborated with artists like Jane Birkin, Jeanne Moreau or Etienne Daho. Regarding her body of work she has often been compared to renowed creators : ” a young Brian Wilson ” (Wall Street Journal), ” a bossa Joanna Newsom ” (Time Out New York) and ” Cat Power’s lost sister ” (Pop Dose).
- Her first album « Ela » co-produced by Piers Faccini was released when she was 22 and was ranked at the Billboard and quickly gave her an international renown. At just 26 years old, Dom made a comeback with a second album called « Soyo », which received great reviews from the international press. The New-Yorker defining it as the greatest event of the year. Simultaneously, and since 2012, she started the duo « Birds on a Wire » with the Franco-American singer Rosemary Standley (Moriarty).
- They returned in 2020 with a new album entitled « Ramages ». In 2021, she released an exclusive album named “Tempo”: “an enchantment ” (The Guardian).
- Dom La Nena writes enchanting pieces greatly suited for film. By overlaying voices and instrumental tracks, she guides us through a musical journey making way for our imagination and carrying us around her poetic universe, guided by the sound of the violoncello. She composed a score for a series for french television called Tea Time Club. Her pieces have also been used for American series like Quarter Life Poetry and Power, on american TV channel PSB Kids and in Léa Mysius’ film entitled Ava in 2017.
- 2020 : Ramages – Dom La Nena and Rosemary Standley ([PIAS] Le Label)
- 2016 : Cantando (EP Six Degrees Records)
- 2015 : Soyo (Six Degrees Records)
- 2014 : Birds on a Wire – Dom La Nena and Rosemary Standley (Air Rytmo)
- 2014 : Golondrina (EP Som Livre)
- 2013 : Ela (Six Degrees Records)
- 2019 : Quarter Life Poetry (TV series : Season 1)
- 2016 : Tea Time Club (Seriedocumentary France 4)
- 2017 : Ava Léa Mysuis (synchro)