LA based German-born, classically trained pianist NoMBe (Noah McBeth), continues with his clever “month-to-month until he runs out of love songs” and reveals ‘Young Hearts’, one more taste of his smoothly engaging nu-soul delivering.

On the fine tune, NoMBe says: ‘Like the rest of us, the first time I was in love was the most pleasantly painful experience of my life. There was no point of reference for how to cope. When you are truly obsessed with another human, you are convinced that you have everything to offer to this significant one, but can only marinate in confusion over the fact that she (or he) just isn’t able to see it. You may want to die for this person, you may want to abandon everything. This may even seem plausible in that given moment because you simply can’t fathom life without them. This feeling evolves over time and I think love becomes more complex as we get older. Young Hearts is dedicated to that unadulterated feeling (pun intended) that we only get once. Raw, uncontrolled and unexpected.”

Together with the equally sparkling release of ‘Wait’, both tracks are the ideal prelude to his debut album ‘They Might’ve Even Loved Me’.