Updated: Oct 31
London-based electronic music producer, award-winning singer, and songwriter Nównøis (fka. NAGYEDi) is set to release a highly-anticipated new single titled "For Tomorrow". The song promises to be a unique blend of classical, electronic, and experimental music, showcasing the artist's diverse style and musical talents.
Following a successful collaboration with fellow Hungarian trip-hop artist Levente Fegyerneky, Nównøis returns with her second single under her new moniker. The songwriting process for "For Tomorrow" was a deeply personal one for the artist, who revealed that she wrote it during a period of uncertainty and self-discovery. "This song really wanted to break out of me," she said. "I wasn't sure if the song would fit with my upcoming releases, but I decided to release it as Nównøis because it's an honest reflection of where I was at that moment in my life." The artist's authenticity propelled her to win first place in an international songwriting competition.
Inspired by a recent family holiday that resulted in fights and a realization about the importance of maintaining peace, "For Tomorrow" promises to be a thought-provoking and introspective piece of music. The production process was experimental, with Nównøis incorporating samples of her brother's carpenter tools and her toddler's crocodile xylophone to create unique synths and beats.
In addition to the song, Nównøis collaborated with her husband, Pav Pav, to fuse AI-generated visuals with her characteristic dance moves that complement the music seamlessly. The result is a stunning audio-visual experience that promises to transport listeners to a new realm of sensory stimulation.
Fans of electronic music, thoughtful lyrics, and eye-catching visuals should mark their calendars for the release of "For Tomorrow", which will be available on all major streaming platforms and digital stores from March 30th, 2023. With her unique style and commitment to experimentation, Nównøis is quickly emerging as a prominent figure in the electronic music scene.
Written, recorded, and produced by Nównøis
Mixing: Nównøis, José Manuel Cubides
Mastering: José Manuel Cubides
Video directed by Pav Pav