Melbourne misfit Momoko Rose wields her vulnerability as an instrument of healing. As a queer Japanese-Australian artist, her music embodies both wistfulness and wit, exploring realms of ambiguity and contradiction. Momoko’s feminine aesthetic is charged with masculine energy, challenging conventions with edgy softness. Drawing inspiration from otherworldly women — Björk, Raveena, yeule and Japanese folk singer Ichiko Aoba — Momoko crafts ethereal soundscapes, with lush chords pierced by dynamic beats. Despite her first love for folk music, her sound is constantly evolving and breaks genre boundaries.