NINET is not new the the scene. This Israeli pop songstress and actor, already has a few albums under her belt. And, she's quickly starting to catch the attention of the entire world with her unbashful and heavily emotive releases. Her bold renditions of songs like "Crazy" and her original releases have showcased the range in which she approaches music and thus identifies with at least some part of all of us. That's also the case with her latest release, "Child". Once again NINET uses her raspy soul piercing vocals to quickly tap into deeply embedded emotional trends that we all have yet sometimes suppress. This makes for a very vulnerable listening experience that is much appreciated considering some of the soulless music that often gets pumped into the airwaves, as of late. This emotional journey of a track starts off slow with NINET's hauntingly nostalgic vocals which are quickly accompanied by a quick building heart pounding rock percussion. There are obvious tribal influences throughout and especially in the climax of the song which seem to only help build this mental representation of what NINET was trying to convey.
Check out the visuals below and also here's a quick quote of what the song captures from a storytelling standpoint:
....confessing about the struggles of letting go, but how can one let go? To start, they must be willing to do so. In this music video I explored the obsession of a person, as he is trying with all his strength to stay attached to a perception, an emotion, a lover. The character in the music video does not grasp the way his inability to let go is hurting him. His pride blinds him and his fear of change is greater than the pain inflicted on him by his choices. He continues to chase a pipe dream of a thing that he will never achieve and quite possibly never had.
With several projects under her belt, NINET is poised to have a major breakthrough in the U.S with her American debut album coming out the latter part of 2016.
Tour Dates upcoming with Steven Wilson featuring Ninet and performing at SXSW in 2016.
- March 1st- Toronto- Massey Hall
- March 2nd— Montreal— St. Denis Theatre
- March 3rd— Albany, NY- The Egg
- March 4th- Boston- Orpheum
- March 5th – NY – Beacon Theatre
- March 7th- - Chicago- Vic Theatre