At the age of 14, Cassandra Steen decided to train as a classical singer. Three years later, she met the members of a German band called Freundeskreis, who were immediately thrilled by her voice. It was with them (Max Herre, DJ Friction and Philippe Kayser) that Cassandra had her breakthrough. Shortly after, Cassandra signed with a Hamburg music label, however, this excursion did not bring the results the young singer had in mind. She decided to make a clear cut and returned to her home near Stuttgart, where she soon began to collaborate with Moses Pelham and Martin Haas on 'Glashaus' – a project of the heart that succeeded almost instantly. Since 2009, Cassandra Steen has increasingly appeared as a solo artist, proving how well soul music and the German language can go together. The new Glashaus album comes out in early 2017.