Australian born singer-songwriter Nadéah first hit the scene at 18 years old as a street musician in Paris. It was here that she met guitarist Art Menuteau and after recording a series of demos the duo moved to the UK to co-found Brighton based underground alternative rock band 'the loveGods'. During their time in the UK the pair released two albums,"Between Dogs and Wolves" and "Audience of One" and won the very prestigious Radio One's 'Best Unsigned Band' accolade. Hailed as the 'Next Big Thing' by the Sunday Times, the loveGods were destined for greatness, playing support slots to artists such as Nick Cave, Kelis, James and touring with the Fun Lovin! Criminals until suddenly it all came to a halt: Nadeah lost her visa.
On returning to Paris she relinquished the distorted guitars and toured with ‘French Touch’ pioneers Nouvelle Vague for three years before making a name for herself with her 'lyrically twisted dark cabaret pop' album entitled 'Venus Gets Even'. Artists she played support (premiere party) for during this tour include Tame Impala, The Do, Aaron, Moriarty, Gaeton Roussell and Charlie Winston on his Zenith/ Hobo tour.
This year sees Nadéah ready to cross over into the realm of alternative pop with her soon to be released album ‘While the heart beats...' Produced by Rob Ellis ( PJ Harvey, Bat for Lashes, Anna Calvi) and Marc Collin (Nouvelle Vague)) 'While the Heart Beats...' is a departure from 1930's styled 'Venus Gets Even' (Nadeah's first solo album) and touches on a more electro-funk vibe, reminiscent of her earlier guitar-based musical endeavours with the loveGods. It touches on all aspects of the human experience- heartbreak, hope, fear, addiction and celebrates both that which we deem good and that which we esteem to be bad.