Following the explosive release of first ever single ‘So What,’ described as a ‘buzzy, gobby banger’ (Sunday Times), with praise from the likes of Annie Mac, and storming stages across London with TGE First Fifty and a Colours party headline last night, Noisy release their second single ‘Do It Like That’.
“We always knew we wanted Do It Like That to be a performance video, with big energy. Our mate Tommy found a car park in Ilford and we shot it the next week and had the final cut two days later! We knew exactly how we wanted it to look from the off. So gassed to release it into the world!”
‘Noisy is what Noisy does: a three-piece hybrid of hooks, beats and escapism. Formed in the seaside town of Worthing, they take the spin-the-bottle sensibility of the playlist generation and make music with no boundaries.
Watch ‘Do It Like That’ here: https://noisy.lnk.to/diltvideopr
Listen to ‘Do It Like That’ here: https://noisy.lnk.to/diltpr
Comprised of singer/rapper Cody, guitarist Connor and producer Spencer, the band is the culmination of several years of hanging out at skateparks. The band signed to Island Records in April following a three-in-the-morning, you-have-to-hear-this moment between manager and label. It’s an old-fashioned way to get signed, for a band that are old fashioned in everything but the music.
They’ve been Noisy for the past year and a half, an 18-month period that’s seen them build a makeshift studio in Spencer’s house and put it to good use: coming up with a name, and then a suitably clamorous sound to follow.
“Kids our age have a lot of feelings, of going mental and not knowing what’s going on and just thinking ‘fuck it’,” Spencer says. “You need to let go.” Noisy are for all the Friday guys, for all 20-somethings smashing it on a weekend, spending five days aching, and then getting out and doing it again. An antidote to all the other shit going on in the world.
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