Noga Erez has always been angry. She describes her childhood self as “extremely wild and curious,” known for her bad temper and disobedient nature. Over a grainy video call in February, she offers potent remnants of that fierce and incorrigible kid. Seated on the floor of her living room, her green-eyed gaze is characteristically steely, her voice gravelly, and her delivery unflinchingly clear—but she softens while reflecting on how those “common outbursts” of anger have changed her, and her music. While her 2017 debut Off The Radar was charged with much of that rage, her impressive sophomore album, KIDS, is a pop-oriented homage to the parents that raised her through childhood tantrums, who helped her transform her frenetic energy into something creative, and to parents everywhere who “shape the future” we live in.
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