HAVVA Brighton based female fronted Gothic Doom

"I run RIXSONMUSIC promotions and booked Hava for a Support Your Local Girl Gang show. They are not only wonderful people to work with, they are also incredibly talented and very well rehearsed. The band were tight, brought a great crowd and their music is just outstanding, incredibly different and creative. I would highly recommend anyone booking them for a show" -Chelsea Rixson, Rixsonmusic Promotions.
The Quadrant 29.05.18

Drawing in influence's from Portishead, Amy Whinehouse, Johnny Hollow and many other niche bands/artists, HAVVA aims to create and develop a distinctive atmosphere. HAVVA aims to raise awareness for mental health and invisible illnesses through her lyrics and sound by expressing intense emotions through lyrics and letting the musical instrumentation flow and compliment the theme of each song.

Disability Pride Festival-July 2017
HAVVA's fundraising event to raise money for Guide dogs UK-A cause very close HAVVA's heart. June 2017 in Patterns, Brighton.

Since September 2016, HAVVA has played many gigs around Sussex, including: Supporting 'The Gallerys' at Tunbridge Wells Forum, headlining the Green Door Store in Brighton, performing at the UK's first Disability Pride festival in July 2017, and the Alternative Escape festival in May 2017. HAVVA has also performed at other significant Brighton venues such as Sticky Mikes Frog Bar, Concorde 2, The Old Market, The Brunswick and the Hope and Ruin to name a few. HAVVA released two versions of their first single 'Blind' in June 2017 on all digital platforms. HAVVA's demo EP 'Talking to Myself' was released in August 2017 on Bandcamp. After nearly 3 years of being in a band, HAVVA parted their ways after their last gig together in July 2018 where they headlined Disability Pride Festival in Brighton. HAVVA is now a solo act and has released her second single 'I can only feel dark', which exposes themes of self harm and mental health in general. This was released on the 19th of May across Youtube and Bandcamp as a part of Mental Health week.

Performing at The Green Store, Brighton

HAVVA have been described as Kate Bush fronting Deftones, but with a strong sense of groove and atmosphere.

Recording new material at Audiobeach with Forbes Coleman IN FEBRUARY 2018
Being interviewed for a documentary on the Brighton music scene
Maxims in Eastbourne, 2017
Off the record independent music festival-November 2017
Artwork by Marz Cortes


Andy Voakes Music Photography Marz Cortes Artwork

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