Sara Noelle is a Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter and creator of the literary print journal Lyrics as Poetry.
Her latest album, Cover the Blue (out May 7), was written at the piano and envisioned as a wandering hike between the haze of uncertainty and clarity. “Clouds,” a balmy and moving mantra, fades into unvarnished “Clear Morning” and misty "Sea House" while “Ruminations” and “Where’s the Horizon” wind their way through unfamiliar paths. The album was produced by Dan Duszynski and recorded in Dripping Springs, Texas.
Noelle’s 2016 album, Morning Moon, plots an introspective drive from the desert up the Pacific coastline. The full-length LP blends ambient instrumentals and ethereal vocals, fitting somewhere between Alternative and New Age. It was produced by Moses Toth and Corey Gonzalez. The same year, Electric Moon, an EP of hypnotic, electronica mixes was released as an accompaniment to Morning Moon.
The wistful twilight single “Float Distant Star” was released in 2019 along with its shoegaze alternative mix “Distance.”
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