Noahfinnce releases new single and tours London this weekend

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NOAHFINNCE has released a rebellious new track, “LALALA.” The song calls out the reality of overly manufactured music made for TikTok virality, and it’s a call for artists to revisit the art of authenticity. NOAHFINNCE brings his punk rock sensibilities to the track and you can listen to it here.

Speaking of the track, which was produced by Stef Abingdon (The Midnight Beast) and mixed by Thomas Mitchener (The Damned, Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes), Noah added: “I was told to write a happy song when I wasn’t exactly happy, so LA LA LA came about. It’s about not wanting to cater to whatever the internet thinks a fun song should be while the world is going to shit.”

The song follows the singer’s 2022 EP, My Brain After Therapy. The EP showcased the rising pop-punk star’s most mature body of work yet – with songs that explore the important topic of mental health and how he felt after he started therapy.

The new single release coincides with Noah’s mostly sold-out UK tour where he plays two shows at London’s Islington Academy this Friday and Sunday. Last remaining tickets can be purchased below.

NOAHFINNCE is the alias of Noah Adams, a voice for a generation who are fed up of being told how to be. A virtuoso performer (he plays drums, guitar, bass, ukulele and sings), NOAHFINNCE is ready to flip off tradition and any roles that society expects him to fulfill, and instead continues to champion authenticity and self-expression. Having amassed over 828,000 YouTube subscribers and over 356,000 Instagram followers, Noah brings his own alternative and no-nonsense take on LGBTQ+ issues.

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