Arriving on the scene in March 2022, and occupying a space somewhere between empowering pop and uncompromising fuzz sounds, BROCKHOFF’s debut EP Sharks, tells stories of coming-of-age, longing and evolving self-perception. Always oscillating between energetic rock with nineties references and bittersweet contemporary US pop, her music brings to mind artists and bands like The CardigansSoundgardenSheryl Crow but also Phoebe Bridgers or Soccer Mommy.

BROCKHOFF has already won over some indie fans with her first EP, released in June 2022, picking up plaudits in multiple features, interviews and reviews in her homeland’s media. Praised for “an indie style that sounds raw and rocky, but into which she also mixes unforced melancholic pop sounds” (DIFFUS), she’s also attracted some interest of streaming platforms, award juries and other musicians.

The 24-year-old Hamburg based artist has been constantly releasing new songs, sharpening her own sound and played more than 75 shows. Including support shows for Giant Rooks, Alice Merton, JEREMIAS as well as live performances at Berlin’s Tempelhof Sounds and other prestigious German festivals like Appletree Garden, Immergut, Haldern Pop and Dockville Festival. Further opening slots for Paolo Nutini’s shows in the UK and EU became her biggest shows and made it an exciting debut year for BROCKHOFF.

BROCKHOFF‘s second EP I’ve Stopped Getting Chills For A While Now was released in September 2023, along with the new single Running. The songs on her new EP polarize and surprise even more than her debut EP Sharks. The dynamic ballad Three Weeks Ahead contrasts just like the last single Running with the second track Why which is more reminiscent of an earlier grunge rock era – and yet the overall work results in an emphatic EP full of character that continues to arouse great curiosity for more music from BROCKHOFF.