Héllena was born and raised in the shadow of the Mountain of the Gods, Olympus, in Greece. She is a singer, songwriter, director and composer. Her creations regularly marry the Eastern/Western world whilst sonically fusing dreamy/ethereal and dark/distorted sensibilities. Her lyrics are often philosophical and existential, transporting the listener to a mystical land or offering poignant reflection and introspection.
She has subsequently played at some of the capital's most exclusively renowned venues such as The Troubadour. In addition, she has charted in the Top 20 MTV Unsigned listing and performed at the legendary Texas festival SXSW as well as The Beatles’ world famous Cavern Club in Liverpool. Live appearances on the likes of BBC London Radio 94.9FM have further enhanced Héllena’s exposure. Ensuing features, interviews and performances for many other major national, international and global radio stations continue to both consolidate and strengthen her ever flourishing artistic reputation.
Héllena independently released her debut EP "Kissed the Sun" last year, followed by a further single entitled "Love is Dead". The latest release entitled “The Parthenon Marbles (bring them back)” is a composition both inspired by and dedicated to, the Parthenon Marbles which are currently held unlawfully in the possession of the British Museum.