Bunbury Music Festival: She’s Poppy

Posted June 1, 2019 by shooting in Cincinnati, Music / 23 Comments

It’s Bunbury weekend! If you’ve been following my blog for a few years, then you probably remember me talking about Bunbury Music Festival, which takes place in Cincinnati, OH every summer. I was able to get media passes this year and it’s been a lot of fun. You’ll be seeing a lot of Bunbury posts this month for sure! Tomorrow, Sunday, June 2, is the final day and it should be a good one. I’ll be sharing more on the festival, the artists, the food, etc. in the coming days/weeks. For now, I thought I’d share a bit about the first artist I saw on Friday, May 31.

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She’s Poppy

One of the things that I like about Bunbury is that it sometimes introduces me to new music, especially when I check out the artists beforehand. That was the case with Poppy, who I’d never heard of before. I listened to snippets of her music beforehand, but it was really her live act where I got to hear more of her stuff. It’s…different. Poppy is very eccentric/quirky/whatever you want to call it. I did enjoy some of her songs, and I think the “character” of Poppy is definitely unique and a bit fun (the singer’s real name is Moriah Rose Pereira).

I have to say though, that when she’d talk in between songs, it got a bit strange. I’m assuming she’s putting on a voice, because it’s a bit little kid/doll-like. I guess it’s all part of the act, and that’s cool, but it wasn’t really my thing. She has a lot of songs that deal with the internet, digital life, and that was kind of cool. I suppose this makes sense since her debut studio album is called Poppy.Computer.

I really did enjoy some of her songs, but she feels more like a performance artist – someone who does everything in character – and that’s not necessarily my favorite. However, she was a really fun way to start the Bunbury Music Festival.

23 responses to “Bunbury Music Festival: She’s Poppy

  1. I haven’t heard of her. I have to figure out the music scene here. There’s nothing where I live but we’re about 1/2 hour 45 minutes from Portland and there are so many venues I’m not sure where to start lol

    I’m also spoiled. We had seats in FL so I never had to go early and wait in line.

    Karen @ For What It’s Worth

  2. Outdoor music festivals are so fun! There’s one here we used to go to in this sculpture garden that was always amazing. I used to find a lot of new music that way too. I’m glad you found someone new you enjoy!

  3. I haven’t been to a music festival in ages but it really is such a great way to get introduced to new to you music. I’m intrigued by Poppy but the weird voice would probably be off-putting for me. I’m old fashioned in that I like my musicians to like sing ?even still this sounds like a great festie and hope you’re having a blast!

  4. That sounds like such a fun festival! My friend actually helped produce some of Poppy’s stuff, so that’s funny that you got to see her live. Can’t wait to hear more about the festival!

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