Unfazed, she returned to Paris where she joined ‘French Touch’ collective, Nouvelle Vague, replacing rockabilly queen Phoebe Killdeer and "chanteuse folle extraordinaire" Camille. Nadéah co-fronted the band with Mèlanie Pain for three years, performing at UK’s Glastonbury Festival, Henry Fonda Theatre (Los Angeles), Irving Plaza (NYC) and London’s iconic Royal Albert Hall before going solo.
2019 saw Nadéah release her 3rd solo album, MilkTeeth, (think Laurie Anderson meets Kate Bush). Alongside her solo albums, Nadéah will also be releasing a debut EP, DREAMBITCHES, with her Bauhaus Electro Pop duo 'Nadeah and Beki' this coming June. Stay tuned for dates.