The multi-genre singer-songwriter Maty Noyes, with a knack for stories, love of life, sharp tongue, and sultry voice has followed her internal muse past expectations, conventions, and boundaries—and the Mississippi-born, LA-based artist moves to the beat of her own drum, and is a true force to be reckoned with. This is the second single from her forthcoming project Rainbow Syndrome. ‘Ambience and Apple Pie’ follows the project’s first single “Lighter Thief’ – watch the official music video here.
I can’t move on from something in my life until I’ve written a song about it – happy, sad, confusion, any emotion. And I don’t hold anything back, it’s always truthful and vulnerable. Every song I’ve written for this latest project, Rainbow Syndrome, is based on a real story. It’s all completely authentic to me, without the opinions and criticism of people who don’t even make music for a living.
‘Ambience and Apple Pie‘ embodies the energy of someone who has never fit into the norm but owns it.
It’s about being a fucking boss, taking the risks. For me, it was leaving a small town and following my dreams against all odds. I’ve always kinda been the boss daddy of my friend group. I like taking care of people, but it’s definitely not limited to one kind of way and sometimes to my detriment. Growing up, I was prescribed Adderall at a very young age. After some time, I became more of a pot head and occasionally I would trade my friends some of my Adderall for their weed. Close girlfriends, bad ass bitches. We would take it and get so much shit done. Not all trades are done in money. There’s many forms of currency in this world. And I love trading goods for goods. Even if they’re innocent. So essentially, this song is about all my friends getting hooked on my Adderall. But it’s also very light. Latin-pop inspired. A song that you can get down to and dance to, perfect for the summer time.