There’s an amazing summer ahead for rock incomers NOISY with support slots with the likes of Yungblood and You Me At Six, and having a set at Reading & Leeds, the DIY lads from Worthing are set to skyrocket.
With the release of their new single ‘Days Go By’, we chatted with the lads to find out more about everything NOISY.
Lana: Hey guys! How are you doing?
N: Yes yes! We’re good thank you, tucked away in the studio working on lots of new tunes.
Lana: Tell us, who are ‘NOISY’?
N: We’re a three piece band from Worthing.
Lana: What three words would you use to describe your sound?
N: Rock and Roll Rave, Sorry thats 4…
Lana: Talk to us about your new release ‘Young Dumb’! What’s the story behind it?
N: It was quite an instant song to be honest. We collaborated with a friend of ours called NVDES on the beat and it quickly felt so exciting. We all actually had covid around the time the track came about so most of the work was done on zoom. Lyrically, it was a topic that we hadn’t really touched on before but felt like it suited the vibe of the song down to a T.
Listen/watch ‘Young Dumb’ here:
Lana: So, you’re heading out on tour with both Yungblud and You Me At Six, how does it feel to know you’ll be opening up for such prestigious acts?
N: Feels mental! To share a stage with artists like that is a blessing man. Can’t wait to smash it up in those fat venues.
Lana: Are these artists that you take particular influence from at all?
N: We take influence from so many different types of music. I don’t think we’ve ever referenced one single artist or genre when writing.
Lana: Who’s your dream artist to tour with?
N: The Prodigy would be incredible.
Lana: What can we expect from the future of ‘NOISY’?
N: A lot of mental shows and loads more music, we’ve been working on some really cool collabs with some sick artists recently too so hopefully they’ll be dropping at some point.