Born in Heraklion, Crete but soon after living in Athens, Greece, Daphne firstly threw herself abound the stage as the frontwoman of the cult new wave/minimal synth, post-punk band Alive She Died. Interestingly enough, it was a cover of Joy Division’s “She’s Lost Control” - which was included in Alive She Died’s single self-released tape “Viva Voce” - that was selected by the fashion brand Gucci, for their Cruise 2016 Campaign.
Since Alive She Died, Daphne went on fronting the bands Trespass, Atria, and Atria the Project, occupying a region respectively ranging from new wave to electro to alternative-rock genres.
What remains intact throughout all her performances, is a voice characterized by emotional intensity and lyrics dealing with the imperfections and the fragile side of the human nature, the darkness and light, love and trouble, fear and faith – all covered by a sense of melancholic victory over them.
In the right here and now, Daphne is in the recording studio completing her first solo album consisting of ten tracks, which wears an alternative-rock outfit concealed by an urban-romantic authentic essence.