Vancouver’s electro dream-pop artist, Noble Oak, debuts his latest single “Derailed” today. “Derailed” is taken from Noble Oak’s new album Horizon which is set for release on June 19th.
The single is accompanied by a live clip from Noble Oak’s stunning Atelier 254 Session series. Speaking on the single Noble Oak’s Patrick Fiore says “Derailed looks at the distractions we have to navigate along our path, and the decisions we face when given the choice between something easy and something real.” “Derailed” is out now on all music service.
Noble Oak’s label debut Horizon will be released world-wide on June 19th. Horizon comes on the heels of the smash success of 2016’s single “Dream-Spark,” which has more than 5 million streams on Spotify. The album is an enchanting collection of post-chillwave pop, a sumptuous suite of sativa songs for hazy, lazy days—by the ocean or otherwise, prompting comparisons to the likes of The War on Drugs, Bob Moses, and Tame Impala. “My intent from day one was literally to make the most beautiful songs that I possibly can,” says Fiore. “And to hope that the world can understand that and see it.”