NoMBe releases “This Is Not A Love Song” Music Video

Singer, songwriter and producer NoMBe has released the music video for “This Is Not A Love Song” from his second album, CHROMATOPIA, now available through TH3RD BRAIN Records. A retrospective break-up song imagining the end of a relationship and the inability to cope, “This Is Not A Love Song” paints an exaggerated picture of NoMBe drowning in grief, juxtaposed with dreamy images of him in the dark. -of the. CLICK HERE to watch the video Directed by B and CLICK HERE to experience the premiere on Complex which calls the track a “dreamy pop banger”.

“I love the rendering of this clip for its simplicity,” NoMBe shares. “We filmed in Hawaii during a very rainy period and luckily we found a beautiful day to knock this one out. We were originally trying to build a giant mirror out of those little pieces seen in the clip, but it was such an understanding that we decided to do more about the different angles and locations. “

Designated as One to watch by ET Canada and “one of the most intriguing new faces in pop” by Paper Magazine, NoMBe’s recently released 14-track album shines a light on the complexity of relationships through clever lyricism, infectious melodies and sensual voices – CLICK HERE to listen. Offering new perspectives as he lyrically details love’s internal dialogue – using elements of pop, electronics, soul and rock – NoMBe explores his many different hues, offering a first-hand look on his kaleidoscopic world. CHROMATOPIA presents the singles “Water in wine, “intoxicating”Boy don’t cry“, airy dance floor”California painting, “vulnerable ballad”weird, “indie-pop bop”Heels, “and the groovy”Prototype“, which have collectively collected over 14 million streams and received support from Rolling Stone Australia, Vulture, Hollywood Life, Wonderland, Ones To Watch and Flood Magazine, among others.

NoMBe recently sat down with Schyler O’Neal from the GRAMMY Museum to discuss the album – CLICK HERE to watch on COLLECTION: live.

Known for having a modern take on alternative music all his own, Noah McBeth – under the nickname NoMBe – first made a splash in 2015 with his viral single, “california girls“, paving the way for her critically acclaimed debut album in 2018, They Might’ve Even Loved Me, which racked up nearly 180 million Spotify streams and garnered praise from NPR, Billboard, Clash, WWD, Flaunt Magazine. and Ones To Watch. The vibrant concept album is a tribute to the women of NoMBe’s life who shaped and influenced who he is today. The single They Might’ve Even Loved Me “I can’t catch myself“(ft. New Mystics) was personally chosen by Pharrell Williams as the official theme song for his HBO documentary series OUTPOST, while the track”Drama“(ft. Big Data) was featured in the soundtrack of EA Sports’ 2019 FIFA World Cup.

Hailing from Heidelberg, Germany, NoMBe was born into a creative and multicultural family surrounded by art in so many ways. Raised primarily by his grandmother and godmother, R&B legend Chaka Khan, NoMBe was encouraged to pursue music early on and studied classical piano. Along with his formal training, he began experimenting with songwriting and production, sampling hip hop and electronic music, which led him to move to New York where he focused on contemporary production. while playing in the subway at night. Over the past decade, NoMBe uprooted his life traveling across the country as he continued to expand his musical knowledge and career before moving to Hawaii.

NoMBe has garnered over 355 million global streams with placements in a variety of TV shows including Shameless, Ozark, The Resident, The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers, Ballers, and more. He has also performed at Lollapalooza, Firefly Music Festival, SXSW, Outside Lands Music and Arts Festival and Electric Forest, and has received accolades from media like Elton John, Pharrell, Time Magazine, Entertainment Weekly, Interview Magazine, Complex , Earmilk, and more, making him an artist to watch in 2021.

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