NoMBe is a name you have undoubtedly heard this summer, and we here at TSIS have been all about his music. His unique approach to sharing music off his upcoming debut album, They Might’ve Even Loved Me, has earned him significant attention. He continues his plan to drop one single after another until the album’s release with his latest collaboration, “Summer’s Gone” alongside Thutmose. This tune follows up recent singles “Bad Girls” and “Do Whatchu Want To Me,” furthering his unique, genre-blending sound.
“Summer’s Gone,” aptly labeled as “electric soul,” infuses elements of hip-hop, electronic, and alternative. NoMBe and Thutmose take turns spitting verses, laying out vocal harmonies for the catchy choruses in between. Spacey synths echo around soulful guitar and punchy percussion, which add to the track’s laidback theme. The energy continues to build and reaches a crescendo for a powerful finale, complete with brass instruments and modulated synths.
NoMBe continues to outdo himself with each release, and “Summer’s Gone” adds a chilled-out vibe to his refreshingly eclectic mix of singles. Stay tuned for more to come and for the official release of They Might’ve Even Loved Me. Also be sure to keep an eye on Thutmose, who's going on tour with one of our favorite rising artists, Billie Eilish. Listen below and enjoy!
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