With her debut album ‘Off The Radar’ arriving in June, Noga Erez has already shared an impressive handful of singles. From the politically charged ‘Dance While You Shoot’ to ‘Pity’s take on sexual assault, and most recently her incendiary look at inherited power on ‘Toy,’ she’s proven she isn’t afraid to talk about some of the world’s biggest issues while still making fun, danceable pop tunes.
But nothing quite captures those two sides of Noga’s work better than the album’s title track. On it, she tackles contemporary fears of being forgotten, and our desire to share thoughts and desires simply to get a kick out of gaining likes and positive comments. But while she sings about flattening the bumps and capturing “your muscles and your bones,” it’s all set against her some of the boldest, brightest melodies we’ve heard from her to date. Marching beats and the constant refrain of a distinctive, almost brassy synth keep ‘Off The Radar’ urgent. She might sing “hear me no-one, sees me no-one,” but with tracks like this Noga Erez is making sure people take notice.