Himshe, an indie post-punk band of Ghent, tripping as an Hollywood soundtrack that harbors terrible loneliness, it doesn't coddle, it disturbs.

    • Poprock
    • Alternative
    • Indie
    • Band
  • Gent


We are in a dark, damp and eerie mountain mist. Synths and bass move like the ripples through the air, sending an esoteric 'Julee Cruise meets Portishead' haze over you. The haze is disrupted by strong gusts of wind in the form of spy movie sounds on guitar. Siouxsie flashed past like a black crow under the guise of Mishi Erine. The emotional registers shift in no time from sadness to playfulness, from flirtatious to incendiary, like peacock feathers under a blacklight.

Himshe released their well-received debut EP 'Stay' (2020), produced by Koen Gisen. The cinematic aspect of this band can be seen in the video clip 'Naked Shoulders', which clearly shows nods to David Lynch. This post-punk-indie band brings a radical and exciting uncompromising musical adventure in a connecting world with place for difference. Himshe mixes hard and soft, light and dark, fast and slow, positive and negative, male and female, him and she.

Mishi Erine, writer, composer, musician and singer loves music that embraces duality. Both strong weakness and weak strength shimmer through her voice. She tells her tender stories in a daring way.

Himshe is currently continuing their film trip, they were supported by the 'Room 13 Orchestra' for their new work. They presented this result in their livestream on April 19, 2021. This work is released on their second EP 'Ideals' (april 2023). To play the music live, there is the support of Naomi Sijmons (vocals), Jonas Everaert (guitar), Stephan Van Meirhaeghe (bass) and Dries Nauwynck (drums).

Inspiration: Portishead, Fever Ray, CocoRosie, Soap and Skin, Anna Calvi, PJ Harvey, Nick Cave, Jesca Hoop, Perfume Genius, Blond Redhead, Mark Lanegan, Michelle Gurevich, Bat For Lashes, Emily Wells, Siouxsie and the banshees, David Lynch.





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