Who is Brocarde...
Brocarde is the creator of an enchanting world where dark, haunting aesthetics meet passion-fuelled lyrics and design. Brocarde is a dynamic storyteller who marries both music and fashion in an orchestral explosion, designed to make the ears and eyes bleed. A one-woman horror story, if centuries aligned, Brocarde could almost be the secret lovechild of Edgar Allan Poe and Sylvia Plath.
In what could only be described as an effervescent melting pot, Brocarde’s bubbling cauldron is peppered with hints of Little House on The Prairie, and seasoned with remnants of the Addams family values: she’s an all-consuming artist who’s not for the faint-hearted.
Brocarde arrived on the music scene in 2019 presenting her debut single Last Supper. With its biblical relatability and an army of sinister pigs, the music video depicted a twisted fairy tale that whetted the appetite of her loyal supporters. She was hailed as “One to Watch” by Planet Rock Magazine, and secured airplay on Kerrang!, Planet Rock and BBC Introducing.
Since then, Brocarde has gone on to attract the praise of some of rock music’s biggest stars, with Whitesnake’s David Coverdale hailing her as an “electrifying, creative new artist” and describing her as “powerful stuff!” Brocarde’s follow-up single, Love Me ’Til I’m Beautiful, featured drums by Korn’s Ray Luzier. Ray praised Brocarde’s unique vocal style, and was enthralled by her ability to capture extreme sweetness and mass aggression in her voice. He described her writing as a dynamic, theatrical adventure and hailed her as a future star.
As someone who’s hugely motivated by the creative process, Brocarde is truly alive when creating – she’s been quoted as crediting song writing as the thing that got her through some of her darkest, most chaotic moments. As an adolescent, she struggled with fitting in and finding her place in the world, so she used to hide in the woods at school and write lyrics and poems to escape to an alternative dimension. As an adult, the skill still serves her as an outlet for her deepest, darkest, unspoken thoughts.
Speaking of the unspoken, recently Brocarde experienced life outside of our dimension, when she found herself being introduced to the spirit world. One dark, stormy night when she was struggling to sleep Brocarde was visited by Edwardo, the ghost of a Victorian solider. Edwardo wooed Brocarde, and after a short whirlwind romance the couple tied the knot on Halloween 2022. Brocarde dedicated her song “Haunted” to her future husband and walked down the aisle to the spooky orchestral serenade. The marriage was turbulent, Edwardo the ghost, continued to act like a free spirit and was endlessly untameable. After seeking marriage guidance from a spiritual medium, Brocarde concluded that after six short months of marriage it was time to call in an exorcist and banish her husband forever. Their romance went down in flames, and Brocarde released her menacing divorce song “Just Another Anthem” to mark the beginning of her next chapter…
Electrifying, creative new artist… powerful stuff..
Tearing up the haunting production with her sharp and inciting vocals, the singer is armed with a ferocity and angst as she expresses her raw emotions.
Raw and impassioned vocals are chopped up and remixed with electronic guitar melodies and dark productions that’ll have you channelling your inner rockstar. Refusing to be limited and put in a box, the singer brings her imagination to life using sumptuous cinematography
I love Brocarde’s very unique vocal style & vibe.. she has mass aggression to sweetness & everything in between in her voice! The very interesting song arrangements & theatrical segments make the whole package a dynamic, fun adventure to listen to. I see great things ahead for her!
Kate Bush on a terrifying acid trip, her debut album promises to be wild.
Theatrical, quirky and very interesting
Bellatrix Lestrange meets Hammer Horror
A unique talent with great use of vocals, spoken word and incredible song craft