New sensation Nyree Explores Music Over Decades & Cultures In Debut Album ‘International Girl’

UK born Armenian artist Nyree released her debut album  ‘International Girl’, earlier this month on International Women’s Day.

With a retro feel that cover sounds over the 60s, 70s and 80s – like in the single ‘Brighter Shade Of Love’ – Nyree describes the 10-track album, as her ‘tapas’ album; a series of small appetisers infused with the influence and essence of varied musical tastes and culture.

The well-travelled artist has a strong sense of multiple cultures and languages and cites homage to her favourite artists whom she grew up listening to – including Karen Carpenter, Tracy Chapman and Roberta Flack.

The album travels as much as she does with it mostly recorded in London but written on the guitar in the parks around the city – some tracks were made in Paris, Miami and the Caribbean.

Listen to the ‘Brighter Shade of Love‘ below:

Follow Nyree on her official website, Twitter, Facebook and SoundCloud.

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