Norii Releases Witchy Water-Sprite Anthem ‘Exocoetidae’

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If you need a stellar new song to listen to and want to transcend into another world then look no further than San Diego native Norii, who just released her new single ‘Exocoetidae’. Norii creates a dream like ethereal world in her music and it is apparent in this track. This song is like no other and is rather personal to Norii. On the song and its meaning she compares herself to an Exocoetidae which is a strange fairytale like creature that still exists in the real world, a fish like creature that wanders in both the water and the sky but never on the ground. A wanderer. In the song she nods to a myth like flying fish which she uses to describe her sense of being an outsider. She mentions how much she felt like an outsider since her family disowned her just last year. Norii uses this song and her brilliant songwriting abilities to help her fight her demons and compares her displacement to the flight of the exocoetidae. Even through all the pain of her situation she found ways to move on , even when she felt like a fish out of water.   “I’m an exocoetidae, fish out of water, I’m nobody’s daughter”. The raw emotion in her lyrics and her stellar vocals will surely give you all the chills.   She is a lyrical and music genius and someone you definitely want to keep on your radar.   We can’t wait to see what else she has in store for her music!

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