September 23, 2014
Say Lou Lou x Lindstrøm - Games for Girls


Spunky and funky, the latest collaboration from the Jansson-Kilbey twins of Say Lou Lou features none other than that of Lindstrøm (and apparently some pen work by Noonie Bao). Their latest single, titled “Games for Girls” is a pumping and bumping track featuring the spacey, intergalactic sound of the Norwegian DJ’s beats to that of the cheeky vocals of the Aussie/Swede twins. Featuring somewhat of a guerilla art campaign directed by Dimitri Basil of art collective “Welcome to Cult”, the two sisters rustle a few feathers as they partake in the adventures of 3D-printing.

Check out the video below:

June 27, 2013
Sirena - Love is Not

"Love is Not" is the debut single from Barcelona/Stockholm based pop artist Sirena. The latest signee to Swedish artist/songwriter Noonie Bao’s vanity label 2ManyFreckles, Sirena’s musical debut is a heavy-thumping ballad replete with choppy rhythms and a spacious vocal reverb. Not too much can be said about Sirena herself at the moment, but if you like smoke and shadows then maybe you should check out the video.

Take a look below:

February 14, 2013
Noonie Bao - The Game

Sweden’s plucky crimson-haired songstress Noonie Bao (whose real name we can’t reveal) is back again with her latest video single for “The Game”. Directed by Nikeisha Andersson and spanning just a little over two-and-a-half minutes, the redhead appears immaculately dressed in the video everything from suits and sequins to wedding white. Moving alone to the quirky plunk of the track, Noonie’s vocal gymnastics spring along to her lyrics of disillusion and regret in an almost sarcastic manner.

Check it out below:

November 17, 2012
Noonie Bao - Bodywork Lover

To coincide with the release of her record “I Am Noonie Bao” released on Halloween day, “Bodywork Lover” is flame-haired songstress Noonie Bao’s latest release. As she explained in our interview with her earlier this year, a “Bodywork Lover” as Noonie explains, “… is someone you meet only on the weekends when youre beautiful, dressed up, and a sexy dancer. Someone that doesn’t fit your Monday morning.” The video directed by Montauk’s Victor Holmberg has Noonie dressed up in her best faux-furs busting some very unique dance moves as her honey-tinged vocals and heavy stutters accompany the clunky melody of “Bodywork Lover”. Albeit a tad awkward at times, the Bao’s carefree attitude and “fearlessness” is a refreshing often so frequent pop pretentiousness seen these days.

Check out the video below:

June 14, 2012
Blänk - Do This Thing (feat. Noonie Bao)

Based from Atlanta, Georgia but originally from the northerly city of Ryssbält, Sweden by the Finnish border just above Luleå, Blänk is the result of three bored youngsters Klas, Lina and Simon delving into the worlds of deep house, hip-hop and pop music. Splitting their time between the urban chaos of Atlanta and the relative quiet of Sweden, Blänk’s latest single “Do This Thing” features up-and-comer Noonie Bao who appears in duet with vocalist Lina Öhman. With its repetitive and somewhat annoying yet catchy chorus and soft, seductive vocals, “Do This Thing” reflects on the band’s deep house/self-proclaimed “Eurotrash” influences. As for the video I’m a bit lost on its meaning, with Lina and Noonie tangled in an awkward straightjacket and later dancing around in florescent paint.

Check out the video below:

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May 30, 2012
Noonie Bao - Do You Still Care?

Noonie Bao, the flame-headed songstress from the city of Stockholm recently took a plane to New Delhi earlier this year for her second video and single “Do You Still Care?” to attend the Holi Festival. To be as brief as possible, Holi is a Hindu festival celebrating the coming of spring in what can simply be described as throwing handfuls of colorful pigment at each other. Filming Noonie’s latest, director Mats Udd, despite a generally good impression of India described the event as not very tourist-friendly and a “war zone” at times. Despite the chaos of having your camera equipment covered in colorful dust and powder, the video manages to capture more tender moments like Noonie painting the faces of kids and elderly women. With its plucky little piano beat, the occasional pan flute and Noonie’s fragile and vulnerable voice, it’s a humbling video that so well suits the motif of the song.

Watch the video below:

February 29, 2012
Noonie Bao - In Your Heart (PSL Session)

In the southern island of Sodermalm in Stockholm, PSL films a short little clip of Noonie Bao and her drummer playing an intimate performance of track “In Your Heart”. Nothing more, nothing less just Noonie and her drummer playing a soft, delicate performance of the song.

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February 12, 2012
Noonie Bao - TV4 Nyhetsmorgon Sessions

Newcomer Noonie Bao recently appeared on TV4’s morning news show Nyhetsmorgon to perform a couple of songs including her single “About to Tell” as well as other tracks “Give Me Time” and “In Your Heart”. Also included is a short segment of Noonie talking about playing in David Lynch’s club Silencio in Paris as well a short story about her nickname/stage name Noonie Bao. Take a look below at Noonie’s sessions:

"About to Tell"


"Give Me Time"


"In Your Heart"




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January 29, 2012
Noonie Bao - About to Tell

Just a few days ago we interviewed Noonie Bao about her upcoming release “About to Tell”. While the song’s radio edit relies heavily on Oriental instrumentation, Noonie Bao’s simplistically shot video for single “About to Tell” is decidedly minimal with just Noonie alone in the studio on the piano channeling her Stevie Nicks flavored vocals. Also of note and included below are the heavily-spliced hip-hop and dubstep remixes by Dante Kinnunen and Juuso Pikanen respectively. Check out the video of “About to Tell” from PSL below:

"About to Tell"

"About to Tell" + Remixes

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