NORA marks her 2024 return with new single ‘UNAVAILABLE’

by the partae

Photo by: Nick Dobrow

 

Today, Sydney’s NORA marks her 2024 return with the release of her infectious new single, ‘Unavailable’. Recorded between Church St Studios in Camperdown and Crash Symphony in Neutral Bay, the track draws on themes from early 2000s pop-rock and punk while expertly capturing the angst and ecstasy of unrequited love. 

“Unavailable’ is about falling in love with someone who doesn’t love you back. Whether it be in a situationship, or them being uninterested all together, I wanted to express the rush that is falling in love with someone who’s not giving you the same thing in return.” – NORA

Mixed by the talented Luca Dimakoplolous (The Carry-On, Luke Hansen, The Assets) and mastered by Tahlia-Rose Coleman (Perry Street Park, Greta Stanley, Charlotte Adele), ‘Unavailable’ is bursting with energy from start to finish. Influenced by girl-rock icons like Olivia Rodrigo, Avril Lavigne, and Paramore and intertwined with NORA’s unmistakable flair, this track undoubtedly positions NORA as an emerging artist to keep tabs on. 

This release comes off the back of a monumental year for NORA where she performed on stages such as Taylor Swift’s The Era’s Tour Fig Grove Stage and Music Box Stage as well as the P!NK Summer Carnival Music Box Stage, only a stones throw from the stadiums themselves.

In addition to keeping busy on stage, over the past 12 months NORA has also generated great success with the release of two singles ‘Damn!’ & ‘Nicotine’, both of which have surpassed 10k in streams across DSPs and received praise from Australian media.

The launch of ‘Unavailable’ was supported by neighbouring artists Gia Darcy and Lily B at Kelly’s On King in Newtown on May 10.

PRAISE

 

“Keep an eye out for this up-and-coming singer…”

Purple Sneakers

 

“An absolute bop!”

CoastFM

 

“‘DAMN!’ is insanely catchy”

Electric Dream Media

Unavailable is out now!

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