Unlike her otherworldly doings might suggest, Mathilde Nobel hails from the small Dutch town of Zwijndrecht. While studying at the St. Joost School of Art & Design, the young composer/producer/vocalist first started experimenting with making music in her spare evening hours. Much like the work of her heroine Björk, Nobel’s deconstructed electronic gems are highly conceptual and come with visuals that are full of associative symbolism. In the past year, Nous'klaer Audio released the artist’s debut album ‘May + Be’, which she originally put out herself in 2019. The 8-track record – which establishes high hopes for the future of Mathilde Nobel – is an exercise in serenity and composure, while simultaneously revealing the dark outskirts of her universe.