Celebrating self-worth, identity and belonging, Noralyn’s latest single Blue is the pick-me-up we all need in this busy world of insecurities.
Shot at six locations across Brisbane, with street art murals, boat harbours, alleyways, rooftop carparks and a pier setting the scene, Blue is an ode to being carefree.
“Blue is all about being free and confident in who you are; to dance like no one’s watching,” said Noralyn.
“Sometimes we try to find value in the things popular culture deems important – things like appearance, talent, capability, success – and often in these areas we feel like we fall short. Blue is a reminder to know your true worth and remember how loved and valued we all are as individuals.”
Blue is the first single off Noralyn’s debut EP Mercy In Madness, which is due for release on 16 February. An alt-pop gem that fans of Tori Amos and Kate Bush will love, Mercy In Madness is a record full of one thing we could all use a little more of – hope.
“Mercy In Madness is a musical conviction that throughout the highs and lows in life, there’s always light, goodness and grace to be found. I think we could all use a little a bit of hope to get through.”
Noralyn is celebrating the release of Mercy In Madness with a launch party at The Milk Factory tomorrow night, 16 February.
“I’ve put so much of myself into this record and I’m so excited it’s finally going to be released. The thought of someone listening and hopefully being encouraged by the music makes it all worthwhile.”
BLUE – NORALYN