LA-based artist Noé has released her debut EP ibynoé into the world where she shares her unfiltered experiences with love, anxiety, existentialism, and creativity. Opening with the melancholic “Color,” Noé further draws you in with the mesmeric atmosphere of “Rabbit Hole.” The gal abandons the broodiness and teases us with her mischievous single “Puzzles” whereas she expresses her sass through “Pity Party.” In “La Fève,” Noé gives us a French flavored sound that stands out from the rest. But the highlight of the EP is “i cheated on you” where the gal channels the intimate aura of acoustic music. Enjoy:
“Putting out these songs makes me feel so proud, but also a little bittersweet. I’ve worked so much on this EP. It took so many thoughts, over thoughts, sleepless nights, crying, love, anxiety and more. This EP was basically my baby and now it feels like it’s off to college. I spent such a long time with these songs at the forefront of my brain, that it’s a little weird having them out into the real world, and having to start focusing on new songs – although I am also really excited for that new chapter!” shared Noé.
Noé has been making music since she was nine and graduated from Berklee Music. She has previously written for other artists including Snakehips, Gallant, NGHTMRE, George Reid (AlunaGeorge), and many more.
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