Global pop sensation Noa Kirel reveals a new stunning single ‘Gone’
Produced and written by Monsters & Strangerz (Katy Perry, Camila Cabello, Rihanna) with additional co-writers, Michael Pollack (Justin Bieber, Lizzo) and Casey Smith (Olivia Rodrigo, Jonas Brothers), the dark yet empowering pop anthem chronicles Noa’s journey to freedom from a toxic relationship. Watch the official music video, which showcases the dynamic dancer’s fierce independence, on YouTube.
Noa shares: “I’m excited to share a song that hopefully a lot of people who have struggled in toxic relationships can relate to.” “It makes me feel empowered and I hope it helps people channel their independence and freedom. Here’s to no more toxic relationships and negative energy in 2023!”
Kirel – who recently earned a record-setting sixth consecutive MTV EMA for “Best Israeli Act” and will represent her home country competing in this year’s Eurovision Song Contest in Liverpool, England – made her breakthrough English-language debut with the acclaimed 2021 single, “Please Don’t Suck,” co-written by Noa and produced by multi-platinum production duo The Monarch (Justin Bieber, Kelly Clarkson). The eye-popping official music video, directed by Jake Wilson (Cher, Lizzo) with choreography by the legendary Sean Bankhead (Beyoncé, Britney Spears, Miley Cyrus), has amassed over 26M views via YouTube while praise for the starlet poured in from Variety, Flaunt, E! News, UPROXX, Ones To Watch, and more.
An electrifying live act, Noa has performed on countless stages around the globe, with recent highlights including a sold-out headline stadium show at Tel Aviv’s Hayarkon Park and show-stealing sets at Pride festivals in New York City and Miami.
Since making her English-language debut, Noa has stunned on the covers of Galore, VULKAN Mag, and Photobook Magazine, while garnering critical applause from PAPER, People Magazine,which named her among their list of “Talented Emerging Artists Making Their Mark in 2022”, and Rolling Stone, which premiered her first-ever Spanish-language collaboration, “Dale Promo” with Metro The Savage.