Johanna had navigated her way through every aspect of the music industry, and she had finally revealed herself as an artist worthy of acclaim. She would soon find herself crisscrossing the globe, including a world tour with The Cranberries, as well as performing at Autre Magazine’s (James Franco and Adarsha Benjamin’s publication) Paris launch. However, she was constantly shifting and shaping her sound along the way. The Dusty Floor had given birth to a new sound. Her ethereal, “Kate Bush-inspired huskyisms”, as described by Time Out magazine, had crystallized into the electro-pop chicness that isWhite Prism.