Lula Pena follows her own rules, not only in her career but in her very music. Her voice is haunting and moving, her
guitar style unique, her approach deeply emotional yet also conceptual. She has a quasi-shamanic way of becoming
one with her instrument when performing these long, rambling pieces, during which wood, string, words, human body,
breath and voice all merge into a single, supernatural fabulous beast.
Lula Pena’s music is a living organism. It sails on a strange ocean, bordered by continents called folk blues, flamenco,
French chanson, phado (that’s how she likes to spell it), bossa nova and others, grazing them all and leaving none intact.