Noa Bentor is a unique artist in the indie-Israeli music scene: with 3 albums in English - all getting amazing reviews, with songs reflecting her hardships and life experiences in the most honest way and an intricate music production. Grew up between Israel and Australia, moved to New-York at age 21 where she studied at the American Music Academy. Her debut album 'Waiting on a shelf' came out in 2005, produced by Assaf Spector at Yellowpop records. Coming back to Israel, Noa became part of the Indie music scene in Tel-Aviv, performing at different locations. In 2009 she was chosen to be the opening act for Suzanne Vega.
In 2011 her second album 'Modern Grace' came out to great reviews and she was opening act for Asaf Avidan on his Israeli tour.
Due to an illness, Noa had to cancel her performances at SXSW and Toronto music festival, and was on leave for 2 years.
At the beginning of 2014, she found out her illness is back but she felt the urge to go back to write, sing and perform - songs that capture pain, struggle, questions of life and love…
Her 3rd album – “Love & Darkness” came out July 2011 to lots of media and radio attention and was accepted to Culture Collide Festival in LA and CMJ Festival NY 2015.
Her music video for the song “Love & Darkness” won 1st prize at the NYLA International Film Festival.
Her cover for the Radiohead song True Love Waits [out 2016] with producer Roy Avital from Garden City Movement earned respected media from all over the world.
Noa is currently working on her 4th album- with songs in Hebrew for the first time.