April 21 2022
C'est Karma - with these words from her first blog entry, the now 19-year-old artist and activist C'est Karma opened a window into her life and already has quite a story to tell. She started out with a punk band when she was 14, then Karma Catena tried her hand as a street musician playing Green Day and Nirvana covers. When she was late with her little brother's birthday, Karma wrote her first song as a gift and realized it wasn't that hard. That was the birth of C'est Karma.
From their third real concert supporting Milky Chance at the Rockhal, the biggest venue in the country, things developed rapidly. Karma, won the 2018 Luxembourg Music Award for Best Emerging Artist, a year before she released her debut EP 'YELLOW'. When she toured Germany supporting Latvian indie band Carnival Youth with the EP, she received an invitation to their headline show in her hometown.
Karma is politically and socially engaged, including helping organize climate strikes at her school, and is a firm believer that as an artist she needs to use the stage to promote her causes. So for International Women's Day 2020, she released her powerful single 'Girls', an ode to all women. Influenced by her two great idols Björk and Idles, C'est Karma shows her musical evolution - from her songwriting roots to her preference for electronic soundscapes.
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