Nalu is a Swiss indie-folk band composed by Israeli-Swiss singer Noa Z., percussionist Wills Gey, British singer and musician Mark Kelly, guitarist Romain Equey and violinist Marine Wenger.

“Ride the Wave”, Nalu’s first single from the upcoming debut album Ocean Eyes (release forecasted for April 2020), was released on December 6th, 2019, and brings a touch of summer vibes into the break of winter. The melodies warm your heart and cuddle you softly as the waves out in the sea would. This single is the fruit of the union between the song writing talent of Noa Z. and Mark Kelly. It casts an optimistic light on life’s difficult moments and encourages embracing a Carpe Diem attitude, always making the most out of what we experience daily despite problems.

Nalu is currently running a crowdfunding for the making of the first album Ocean Eyes and its release show, which will be an intriguing mix of music, poetry and dance. The crowdfunding runs until the 18th of December 2019 and more than a half of the amount needed has already been collected in little over three weeks!

Would you fancy doing a Whatsapp call with the band members? Would you like to be on the guestlist of a Nalu concert of your choice? Then head to Nalu’s crowdfunding and support this young and very talented band! In exchange, the band members will thank you with the gift you chose and of course also with their warm-hearted and touching indie-folk music 🙂

Listen to “Ride the Wave” here:

Support Nalu

PS: For fans of Ben Howard, Bon Iver, Angus & Julia Stone, Xavier Rudd


Thank you for supporting Swiss music!

Simona @TakeMe2aConcert

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