A Paula Carolina concert means rebelling and growing up in the same evening. The bassline on point, the guitar amps loud and a young woman jumping up and down like a bouncy ball. The dancing indie crowd screams along to her socially critical lyrics as if they had always been there.
Paula Carolina’s green eyes flash cheekily from under her mullet. Dressed like the cool skater boy in your favorite band, she is the fresh alternative for the otherwise so masculine music world. She played her first crooked notes on the piano at the age of five and listened to her father scratch the NDW and
jazz record collection. Paula Carolina is serious, after all she dropped out of her politics studies for this moment. Somehow become immortal, somehow make a difference. With her vans plaid, but her path straight, Paula Carolina has quickly played her way into the wild hearts of curated playlists and event organizers.
playlists and promoters. Most recently with her second EP “Heiß/Kalt” (Hot/Cold), which heralds a lot of energy and a raw sound with songs like “Schreien!” (Scream!), “Wärs ok?” (Would it be ok?) and “Bitte Bitte” (Please Please). With more than ten million streams and plays on many German-language radios, it is clear how much Paula Carolina is in tune with the zeitgeist. Now, after a successful summer of festivals, she is about to embark on her sold-out first tour in November and is also working on her biggest record to date. Here’s to Berlin air in a champagne glass!