Tyler sat down with Nora Toutain over Zoom to discuss reconciles her Moroccan heritage, Canadian residence and the influence of the pandemic in an amazing show of adaptation. The elegant songstress’ new album, Grounding Place, Vol 1. is out now on all platforms.
More of what we love. Nora Toutain returns with “Women,” an empowering R&B ballad for the titles’ namesake. The instrumental production whips energy into confident vocals that cascade through the track garnering support as they roll — an avalanche of inspiration.
Nora Toutain brings the combined versatility of a long life around music to “Not an Interlude.” The unexpected breaks of the track take things out of the realm of R&B and Soul and into a powerful new territory.
Many love songs try to beautify feelings of love with equivalent sounds in a strain to recreate the artist’s image of the relationship. If it falls short it’s because love is never as perfect as the emotions conjured by the traditional love ballad. “Bad at Love” by Nora Toutain embraces the bumbling realities of real love with a sound that’s as fun as it is honest.