With her first two singles of 2021 already making waves, breakout pop sensation noelle is back with “Seasons Change,” a jazz-infused track that provides the perfect soundtrack as summer cools into fall. Available today via all streaming platforms, “Seasons Change” is the third of four singles to be released by the songstress, ahead of her debut album early next year released via Wax Records / Universal Music Canada.

Written by noelle years ago in her bedroom, “Seasons Change” came to life when the young artist partnered up with producer Anthony Wright. Showcasing her immense talents as both a songwriter and vocalist, “Seasons Change” highlights a new sound born of noelle’s many musical influences, while perfectly capturing those feelings of first love.

“This song really shows off my passion for old jazz, one of my favourite styles of music. It’s about falling in love with someone who isn’t ready yet, even when you are.”

The video for “Seasons Change” is also out today. Filmed at the Sanderson Centre for the Performing Arts, noelle showcases her vocal repertoire while embracing a love for old-hollywood style cabaret that perfectly pairs with the jazz beat of this new track.

Raised on the Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory in Ontario, noelle’s upbringing exposed her to a vast range of musical genres, from Nat King Cole and Sarah Vaughan to the powwow drum and native wind flute of her Indigenous roots. At just 20 years old, noelle has been singing since she was barely old enough to walk. Initially finding her footing through YouTube, noelle amassed a following of 94K+ subscribers resulting from her viral covers of timeless classics and today’s biggest acts. Expressing her thoughts and emotions at her piano, noelle began writing her own music as a therapeutic form of self-expression. The artists whose words she once personalized through her covers, soon became the major influences behind her own music.

Co-signed to Wax Records and Universal Music Canada, the country’s leading music company, noelle was recently chosen as part of the Spotify RADAR program, which looks to support and grow notable, up-and-coming Canadian artists on the platform. She will continue releasing more new original music throughout the year, leading up to her debut album in early 2022.

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