Berlin-based singer/songwriter Nessi neatly incorporates country-tinged pop and atmospheric consumer electronics into her sensitive sound. She still left her hometown of Hamburg at age 19 and going to Berlin, where she begun to compose and develop her music, motivated by famous brands the Country wide, Matt Berninger, and Elliott Smith. Nessi’s previously work was totally single, and she relied over the strums of the classical guitar alongside her participating vocals on the self-released EP, Escapism, in 2011, which shown her raw skill and songwriting capability. She continued to tour these music substantially before getting into the studio room to record her 2014 EP Twentythreeyears, which symbolized a decisive change toward a fuller, pop-oriented path, by using close friends Andrew Tyler and Christian Wieland. Function then began on her behalf debut full-length record, Rolling using the Punches, that was released in early 2015.