Once more, we’ve got three beautiful opuses, already available, to listen to on all streaming services and Bandcamps. If you get a new favourite tune, don’t forget to share it. Flashes.
SEHI – NOUR HARKATI
After France, the talented Nour Harkati has settled in the United-States of America, in New York City to be precise. It is a real pleasure to see he’s back in business. Sehi, his new EP, is American-born, full of poetry, daydreams and pulses making us travel between American and African continents, between indie pop and folk. Themes are carried by his voice and his music without asking us to get a translation to understand. Soft, worried, melancholic, exploring, Nour Harkati really has a great musical future ahead of him.
BELONGING TO THE NIGHT – FRED SKITTY
Surrounded by neon lights, Fred Skitty welcomes us in her new EP, Belonging To The Night. Behind the wheel of a car half-Delorean, half-Cadillac, she takes us, at night obviously, on deserted roads longed by clubs we go to, to dance and forget, know ourselves better, fall in love, or simply be. Through all this, Fred Skitty gets us on our feet and let her productions take their full-size progressively. Wit hits deep electro, this EP takes its time and freedom. To listen to day and night.
PICK ME UP OFF THE FLOOR – NORAH JONES
Exploring the intricate delicacies of love and relationships, the ones starting, and mostly the ones ending, Norah Jones delivers a strong, moving and brilliant new opus. Pick Me Up Off The Floor puts under the spotlight, and as expected, the American’s singer deep voice with beats of jazz, pop and soft rock. Rooted in what she does best, Jones conquers us once more. How could web lame her when she shatters our souls singing Heartbroken, Day After, our favourite. Timeless, this new opus is to listen to without moderation.
Now Playing :
Sehi – Nour Harkati
Insane – Fred Skitty
Say No More – Norah Jones
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