NoMBe’s Debut Record Is A Confession Of A Male Feminist

A record about love, heartaches, feminism, & self-reflection

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German-born, LA-based artist NoMBe has finally released his debut album They Might’ve Even Loved Me, which is also an intimate confession of the artist’s relationship with love, women, and self. Whether you want to call it an electro-soul, R&B, rock, dance, or pop album doesn’t really matter…cus it’s all of the above and beyond. Each song taps into a different relationship in NoMBe’s life – whether that is with his mom, ex, friends, etc. – where he dissects it to its intimate core. They Might’ve Even Loved Me is not just a love record, but a feminist one where he pays tribute to women in his life. The opener, “Man Up,” defies traditional masculinity and pushes the importance of men’s roles to fight against gender inequality. Stream below:

NoMBe’s works have already broke more than 120 million streams and scored #1s on Hype Machine. He will start touring with alt-J, Mikky Ekko, Mansionair, and solo this spring so make sure to catch him live:

North America 2018 tour

4/10 – The Gramercy Theatre (New York, NY, USA)

4/11 – Brighton Music Hall (Allston, MA, USA)

4/13 – Union Stage (Washington, DC, USA)

4/15 – Cambridge Room (Cleveland, OH, USA)

4/16 – The Shelter (Detroit, MI, USA)

4/18 – Chop Shop (Chicago, IL, USA)

4/19 – Amsterdam Bar & Hall (St Paul, MN, USA)

4/21 – Marquis Theatre (Denver, CO, USA)

4/22 – The Complex (Salt Lake City, UT, USA)

4/24 – Holy Diver (Sacramento, CA, USA)

4/26 – House of Blues (San Diego, CA, USA)

4/27 – Resident (Los Angeles, CA, USA)

4/30 – HOB Bronze Peacock Room (Houston, TX, USA)

5/1 – Trees Dallas (Dallas, TX, USA)

5/2 – Parish (Austin, TX, USA)

5/4 – Charlotte’s Underground (Charlotte, NC, USA)

5/4 – Mercy Lounge (Nashville, TN, USA)

5/8 – The Foundry at the Fillmore (Philadelphia, PA, USA)

5/16 – Troubadour (West Hollywood, CA, USA)