London-based singer-songwriter Noa Sorele is an independent pop artist. After the release of her rock-inspired single ‘Rain’, and self-empowerment pop single ‘Better’, the songstress returns with her heart-wrenching single ‘Playlist’.
‘Playlist’ features piano, drums, electric guitar, violins, cello, and Noa Sorele’s captivating vocals in the pop-ballad, with a genre-blend of alternative-pop, adult-contemporary, and indie-pop which expresses a mix of romance, sadness, and moody vibes in the production.
The song tackles serious subjects like despair, desperation, and the illusory desire to remember someone who has gone through music. Noa Sorele wrote ‘Playlist’ after a devastating breakup. She was so overcome with grief that she couldn't stop listening to her ex's playlist in the hopes of discovering hints that he was still thinking about her. She became depressed and wrote a song as a result of this heartbreak. Since then, the song has acquired new significance for her; it is now dedicated to all lovers and families going through heartache and tragic losses.
Speaking of the track, Noa Sorele comments, “‘Playlist’ is about a hopeless romantic going through heartbreak with desperation, grief, and a delusional hope to hang on to someone gone, if only through music.”
Having grown up in several countries, Noa Sorele has been influenced by a wide variety of musical styles, including jazz, rock, indie, and Mediterranean music. Inspired by musicians such as Dennis Lloyd, Stela Cole, and Jessie Reyez, she finds herself drawn to any strong song with engrossing lyrics. She also has this as her own music's objective. Furthermore, Sorele is playing her own music at a number of locations, including the Camden Canal, The Half Moon Putney, and the O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire.
On November 28, Noa Sorele will be headlining her release gig at The Lucky Pig in central London. The venue is set as a 1920s vintage-style basement bar, with a cozy and intimate feel. This will be an evening of acoustic acts, and the perfect atmosphere for the new pop-ballad, ‘Playlist’ to be showcased, accompanied by an acoustic guitar and keys.