Emerging French pop singer Naommon just released his new single "Allnighter" on iTunes in the U.S. It is an exuberant electro stomper accompanied by a stylish, glistening music video that depicts a wild night out in Manhattan. The song is the title track from the singer's debut album that is available on iTunes as well.
According to a press release, Naommon is "a child of the Eighties, teen of the Nineties, clubber of the 2000s" who is influenced by "the space glam of Bowie, androgyny of Prince and acid-funk of Deee-Lite," and inspired by "London's creatively fucked up NagNagNag parties and New York's popping Downtown scene."
Niammon's record is an accomplished funk, pop and electro album that feels raw and authentic. Not overly produced. Highlights include the throbbing house-infused "This Quirck Is Love," the minimal hip-hop styled "Annie L" and "Bring Your Boo," the gritty electro jam "You're So Boyish" and the '80 inspired pop ballad "Beginning Everyday."
You can stream tracks from "Allnighter" on Niammon's web site.
The androgynous singer first appeared on the French talent show Popstars that is similar to MTV's Making The Band. After his run on the show, he met up hot electro producers Christophe Dallaca and Stéphane Deschezeaux (Kiko & Gino) and recorded several singles on International Deejay Gigolo Records, including "Good Sluts Factory" and "Jack The Box."
While hitting the Paris and London underground clubs to promote his songs, he met avantgarde producers Julien Lenoir, Dondolo, Danton Eeprom and Copyshop, The five ended up working together on tracks for "Allnighter." (Click here to purchase "Allnighter" on iTunes.