Maxim Meyer-Horn

3 Feb

Premiere: Drift Away With Noa Lee’s New Single ‘Dance’

Belgium has so many interesting talent that deserves a way larger audience, like for example, Noa Lee. The indie-pop band around singer-songwriter Nina Kortekaas is still quite fresh to the scene, but already proved their talent with different releases. Since ‘sharing is caring’, we are premiering their brand-new song “Dance”.


“Dance” is a jazz-inspired indie-pop song with lots of mysterious plot twists. The song makes you drift away in your thoughts and stimulates you to dream. The sound is so effortless and truly unique, which makes it exciting to listen to.

Talking about the song, Nina says: ‘The track is about someone who’s trying to find oneself and tries a way to express that, but the search of your own identity is not always obvious. Once the person finds it, the person is in peace with themselves.” While the song is talking about a person who’s looking for direction, the melodies are very straightforward and create a joyful vibe.

Noa Lee will perform a free show in the AB Club in Brussels on 30/05/2020.

Photos by Boy Kortekaas

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