She's seen it all. With multiple jobs to get by and long work hours, Creams and her friends still use all their energy to nourish their creativity. She writes, plays, and produces all of her releases herself, from the concept to the master, tirelessly racing to breathe life into her written materials. This emotional dedication radiates through her music sonically and lyrically. Combining her country's constant political pressure with the abundance of mythical landscapes, scarlet-hued sunsets, and mesmerising ocean views as inspiration for her music highlights this artist's talent and self-awareness. It also raises her as a pillar of the specifically Georgian music community.
Creams speaks three languages that add to her elastic originality and resourcefulness far beyond we could ask. "It feels like I am switching between my personalities," she says warmly, adding, "languages are somewhat equivalent to memory boxes." Far from 'just' a musician, Creams has caught the eye of many with her magnetic fashion style and her interest in cultural and political matters. The tracks on her latest EP Sleep On Me embrace all facets of the artist's life. Her tunes are laden with rich bass beats, subversive pop, vulnerability concealed with irony and cynicism, and her alluring free-spirited nature. Her influencers range from Joni Mitchell, Captain Beefheart, FKA Twigs, Tarantino, and Giovanni Bocaccio. We asked Creams about her magnetic debut EP, camaraderie in sharing feelings of sadness and loneliness through music, and the art of languages below.