Naomi Greene faces the fear of the unknown with her video of “No Skin”

With a soulful voice and impeccable songwriting, French-American artist Naomi Greene blesses with her new single “No Skin”. The Paris-born singer-songwriter hypnotizes and leaves music lovers spellbound with a song that’s emotionally enveloping and caressing.

“No Skin” is of course reminiscent of the beauty and delicacy of Joanna Newsom when she plays the harp. Nevertheless, it also features other instruments, including a double bass, drums, and keyboards, that give a dramatic and hypnotizing edge to it. This mix between organic and amplified music can be found back in the video; between purity, nature, frightening masks, and illusions.

The artist started to play the harp when she was 7 at the Conservatoire but then, she opened her influences to rock music by playing the electric guitar on top of her preferred instrument.

Naomi Greene says of the new track:

I wrote ‘No Skin’ at a time when I was reflecting on myself as an artist, thinking about the essential qualities necessary to authentic art making. I was travelling a lot and through the hustle and bustle, I was making a conscious attempt to define what my essence was in these different places.

At the moment, Naomi Greene is lending her voice to La Femme’s amazing latest album “Mystère” and currently sings in The Coromandelles, alongside Joe Plummer and Matt Maust.

Connect with the artist on her official website. You can also follow Naomi Greene on Facebook, Instagram, and Soundcloud.

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