LA-based artist Noé depicts a self-saboteur’s approach to romance in her new R&B indietronic single “Puzzles.” It’s a pure admittance of being drawn to the wrong guys and finding nice guys tragically unsexy. Tinted with dark undertones and glowing vocals of Noé, “Puzzles” is a self-analytical track where the gal delineates the guilty pleasure of lusting for the wrong individuals. Stream below:
“Romantically I’m very picky but in an unfortunate and worst kind of way. I have a type: players. If someone is interested in me, chances are I’m not. I like the attention, but I crave it the most from those who won’t give it to me. Puzzles is me putting the blame on the nice guy for being too nice. Cause obviously I’m not the one with issues. I wrote it when someone actually honest/respectful/interested in me AND emotionally available (aka a unicorn) caught my attention, but not quite. The lyrics are a series of bad advice for him to win me over like ‘say you’d love to see me, baby, then bring another lady to my party.’ I like to think a lot of people can relate to!” shared Noé.
“Puzzles” is from Noé’s upcoming EP ibynoé, which will be out some time in the spring.
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