Last week we wrote about Berklee College of Music sending French-born electronic pop singer Noé off to Montreal later this month for an appearance at Osheaga Music Festival, as part of a summer-long program of sending student bands and artists to major music festivals around North America. Now, as she preps for a show tonight at The Red Room at Cafe 939 in Boston, the future pop star delivers another banger track just in time for someone to finally determine what the hell the actual Song of the Summer is.
Because “In The Dark”, which you can hear below via Soundcloud, is a certified candidate.
Writing on Facebook earlier today, Noé says the song is inspired by last year’s terrorist attacks in her home city of Paris.
“This track is most important to me as it represents my reaction and response to the mass murders that have been occurring worldwide, and most particularly, those of november 2015, in Paris,” she writes. “Many thanks to the great Fernando Familiar Music for producing the track!”
As mentioned above, Noé plays the Red Room tonight with Honeysuckle, who Berklee is sending off to play at Lollapalooza on the same weekend as Osheaga. More details here.