Just before we self-isolated, NOISY took over the launderette at the Barbican, filming their latest video ‘Oi (ATM)’, a track which scraps with money matters talk, and cements NOISY’s high-octane energy and explosive sonic, in a spinning, nostalgic visual. Earlier this month, the trio from Worthing headlined a sold-out Camden Assembly to fan frenzy, which followed the release of their debut EP ‘Press Space To Play’, featuring single ‘Bring The Drums Back,’ an ode to homegrown dance styles in the UK. The band are holed up in their studio in Worthing doing what they do best and creating for the foreseeable, but look forward to re-arranged live dates at Truck Festival, 110 Above, Neighbourhood and Liverpool Sound City. Dates below.
Watch ‘Oi (ATM) here: https://NOISY.lnk.to/OiPR/youtube
Listen to ‘Oi (ATM) here: https://NOISY.lnk.to/OiPR
Listen to ‘Press Space To Play’ here: https://noisy.lnk.to/PressSpacePR
Comprised of singer/rapper Cody, guitarist Connor and producer Spencer, the band is the culmination of several years of hanging out at skateparks. 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. To Noisy’s quote, the band 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.
Jul 10th NASS Festival, Shepton Mallet
Aug 1st Belladrum Festival, Scotland
Aug 2nd Truck Festival, Oxfordshire
Aug 15th 110 Above Festival, Leicestershire
Sep 5th Neighbourhood Weekender, Warrington
Sep 25th – 27th Sound City, Liverpool