“At the end of the road, all I need is a home. Rest my bag and my bones. No longer alone.”
With every song Joyce Prescher is giving you a little glimpse into her soul. With her poetic storytelling, haunting melodies and a voice that really gets under your skin she has mesmerized audiences in Australia as well as the Netherlands ever since she was a little girl. Her music makes you feel like you know her or want to know her and maybe you are in fact a little like her. These songs are made to listen to whilst wrapped in a warm blanket, in front of a fireplace, with a glass of red in your hand.
Born in the Netherlands, Joyce never thought she would call Australia home. But she fell in love with a Melburnian during a safari in South Africa and moved to Melbourne in 2008. Little did she know Melbourne was filled with musicians and music lovers just like her.
Over the years she has attached herself to countless local projects as well as performed with her own band where she was the key song-writer, lead vocalist and band leader.
Joyce Prescher released her debut album ‘Home' in 2017 and is currently finalising her second studio album.
Recently Joyce Prescher toured as part of a show called 'Keep the Circle Unbroken', in which she sang alongside many Australian favourites, including Tim Rogers, Kylie Auldist, Mick Thomas, Debra Byrne and a stack of Victoria's most cherished music artists,
Joyce features on three songs on the same-title album which was recorded live in July 2020 at the Memo Music Hall in St Kilda, between the two Melbourne lockdowns.