Catchy melodies, strong hooks and dancy beats: PAENDA stands for appealing pop music from Austria.
She first turned heads at the end of 2016 with her single "Waves" – once on the scene, the first few bigger shows followed, including the Digital Analog Festival in Munich, the Styrian Sounds in Graz and the Waves Vienna. In February 2018, “EVOLUTION I” – already heralded by the alternative pop single “Good Girl” – was released on Wohnzimmer Records. The response to the debut album was more than positive and contributed to the fact that PAENDA subsequently not only played the Donauinselfest, but also the support slot of British pop artist Jessie J in the summer of 2018. On top of that, she showed that she’s not only singer, songwriter and producer, she also demonstrated her dancing skills in her video for „Paper-thin“.
Who’d have thought that the following year would have even bigger things in store: In February 2019, PAENDA was announced as Austria's representative at the Eurovision Song Contest in Tel Aviv. Her ESC entry single "Limits" was followed in April by the second album "EVOLUTION II", which already headed straight for sophisticated, broad-based pop music. The subsequent festival summer brought performances at Electric Nation in Graz, the Elwood Festival in Upper Austria and the headliner slot on the „Seebühne“ at Popfest Vienna.
In spring 2020, after a short rest, PAENDA finally appeared on the screens again: Together with G x G she published the collab track "Best of it" on her own label "Sick Kick Records" in May. She has also started working on her third album, which will be released in January 2021.
PAENDA is currently spreading summer vibes with her new pop track “Want Me Not To Want You”, brimful with catchy melodies and strong hooklines.