Get to know Aura

Aura calls herself a stray soul from the birthplace of rock'n'roll. 


She's had an interest in music and arts from a very young age, with experience in casting auditions and live shows. Wrote poems and novels at the age of 9 and then turned her back on art and creativity for a long time because of mental health struggles. At 22, she picked up her guitar again and continued where she had left it.

The only thing that changed: She's focused and her pen sharp as a knife.

As a grown woman, Aura has learned to deal with her inner demons in a healthy way. «"If I didn't write, I wouldn't sing. Writing has saved my life and therefore it only makes sense I mostly write all my own stuff".


Aura writes on either electric or acoustic guitar. Her songs usually come from a dark, campfire-ish place.

Her musical influences consist of Grace Potter, Taylor Momsen or Melissa Etheridge.

The kind of music that actually makes a difference in her life is made by bands like Porcupine Tree, Riverside, Katatonia, Soen, and God is an Astronaut. Progressive, Melancholic Rock music is an all-time favorite.

There’s no doubt Aura came here to stay.

She’s darker, stronger, more honest and a lot more herself than ever before.

And there’s a lot more to tell.