Neo-soul artist Silence Is The Noise (Jewell Bell) has a new single titled “Soothing”, and it is accompanied by a visual that matches the beauty in her voice. All about battling one’s demons, “Soothing” takes the listener on a trip of reflection and inner struggle.  Silence Is The Noise has the perfect vocals to convey pain and strife, but with a powerful undertone that suggests overcoming said pain. The Detroit-based artist has drawn comparisons to the likes of Nina Simone, drawing high praise since her beginnings as a pianist at age 12.

The song and visual project “Soothing” describes the emotional labyrinth of grief and loss, and the desperation to escape the overwhelming pain and anxiety lying in its wake. The lyrics speak to the artist and songwriter’s attempt to use meaningless physical intimacy as a distraction, while falling deeper into despair and the realization that there is no avoidance of her devastation and grief.”

“Soothing” is the perfect single for Silence Is The Noise to showcase her strong voice and story telling ability.

You can keep up with Silence Is The Noise through her socials listed below.

Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/thesilenceisthenoise/
Soundcloud – https://soundcloud.com/silenceisthenoise
Spotify – https://open.spotify.com/artist/3TAV8Lk1PpuzoixhjUhz55

Ian Schneider

Ian Schneider

Staff Writer at Imperfect Fifth
Ian Schneider is a senior at Central College. There, he is a Communication Studies major and competes on the golf team. In his free time he loves to play basketball (and all sports), listen to all kinds of music, hang out with his friends, and keep hourly updates of his favorite NBA team the Sacramento Kings. Ian hopes to become a writer or PR director/marketer for a professional sports team and has had a lot of experience in the field of writing and customer service.
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