Noha Saré channels empowerment on soulful alt-pop gem ‘Head Held High’

Rising Amsterdam-based alt-pop artist Noha Saré returns with a bold new single ‘Head Held High’, offering a stark, positive message during these trying times. 

Following on from the recent acclaimed tracks ‘All’ and ‘Lost’, ‘Head Held High’ hazy yet huge sound fuses immaculately with Noha’s subtle, ethereal tones. 

She says: “This song is about not giving up and about revolt. Don’t let anybody ever tell you you’re not good enough or you can’t do it”.

Noha Saré stands out for her powerful, yet sensitive voice. Drawing on various genres, her music can not be classified into one specific category; Noha’s music tends to swing like her moods. She loves to play with contradictions in her personality and likes to dive into them and explore them. Both in her music and in the visuals that accompany it. She creates a soulful, authentic sound lined with elements of alternative R&B and electro pop. A bit of that with a theatrical edge on top.

Born in Amsterdam and raised by parents who are both artists, Noha Saré grew up surrounded by art. From an early age, she and her brother Marius (who is a multi- instrumentalist and composer) started to perform and make music together. They collaborate on songwriting and Marius co-produces her music together with producer Tom Bachmann.

Photo credit: Kick van Doorn