Nora Toutain is a Moroccan-French singer-songwriter based in Montreal, Canada. Not too long ago, she released a bright and festive afro-pop tune, entitled, “Victoriaville”.
Nora Toutain – “Victoriaville” single
“Did we ever tell you how far the moon is? Did we ever show you how bright the sun is? It’s not because it’s unreachable or way too far for you to go. It’s not because it’s unbelievable, time will only go to show. And it glows over your head high. Yes it glows so you can shine so bright.” – lyrics
‘Victoriaville’ was inspired by Nora Toutain’s travels. The song is about following your wildest dreams without any restrictions. The likable tune contains a relatable narrative, ear-welcoming vocals, and tuneful melodies. Also, the song possesses jazzy instrumentation flavored with indie-R&B, neo-soul, and afro-pop rhythms.
“At the break of dawn, when the birds will sing, will you?”
Nora Toutain got her to start performing with Kalmunity, Canada’s largest music improv collective. In 2018, she performed at the Montreal International Jazz Festival. Furthermore, Toutain’s “Victoriaville” single serves as a fantastic presentation of what listeners can expect to hear on her debut album, entitled, “Grounding Place Vol. I”. The seven-track project is a bright and dynamic ode to North Africa, where Toutain’s story began.
“Grounding Place Vol. I” EP
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