“F*** I am bad at living my life!” Spoken like a true millenial, this is how Brimheim describes herself.
Nevertheless, her inner existential chaos has fostered a beautiful goth-pop universe, where a sad guitar together with her low, intimate voice can make time stand still.
Behind the name Brimheim you find singer and song writer Helena Rebesdorff Heinesen, who takes her artist name from her Faroese heritage: Brimheim means the home of the breaking waves. Like a cross between PJ Harvey and Caroline Polachek, she has an emotional darkness and a raw mystique which is elevated by catchy refrains and simple melodies. The lyrics are full of angst and deal with subject such as existential confusion and volnurability, but the melancholy is always embraces by humour and hope.