Noé Solange explores growth and self-discovery in new single 'Bloom'
It's a delicate electronica cut which dropped this week
Noé Solange has released her latest single, 'Bloom'.
Following on from the release of her EP 'Bound', the multi-instrumentalist, producer and singer explores journeys of self-discovery, healing and growth on the new cut, painting out an homage to women and their rise.
The downtempo electronica cut was produced between London and Indonesia, laced with influences from her heritage and the Dutch-Indonesian's cross-continent upbringing plus inspirations from nature.
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Solange's ethereal vocals overlap a rhythmic background of hypnotic synths, ambient sounds and Yangquin strings, with drums played by Jose Manuel Cubides Gutierrez propelling the track throughout.
In her own words, the track describes "how we too, much like flora, have our own individual journeys of growth and healing, as we take the time to blossom into our own unique self".
The lyrics to 'Bloom' reflect this, posing as intimate and reflective, interplaying between optimism and melancholy with vast likenings to nature, an aforementioned inspiration behind the record.
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A preview to her forthcoming, currently unnnamed EP, the single intends to share Solange's artistry and technical capability via an encapsulating, nostalgically melancholic form of electronica. As restful as it is reviving and flourishing, it hopes for renewal in a blissful four minutes.
Noé Solange's new single 'Bloom' is available now, check it out below.
Niamh Ingram is Mixmag's Weekend Editor, follow her on Twitter