Classic Rock For Current Times With Nick Noon
A brand new release from Nick Noon hits that tasteful classic rock sound bordering Americana and laced with strings, rolling snares, and addictive progressions that give off a Beatles feel with Tom Petty undertones and all with a youthful gusto that colors it all with an energy that brightens everything nicely.
"Don't Let The Papers Get you Down" is refreshing and feels warm and full with swelling vocals and an orchestral atmosphere that really has a cinematic tonality to it.
The track is familiar and has a vibrancy that sticks with you along with a mature songwriting style that all makes it feel good to listen to.
Released as a 2-sided single, the song comes with another dubbed "Dear Delilah" that sticks to the string laiden lush sound and echoed vocal approach and displays a heavy emotional sound that's backed with a piano progression.
"Dear Delilah" has some outstanding changes and builds in intensity as it plays on through it's classic ballad-esque style until that last chorus when the full band kicks in with drums and a massive anthemic single.
The thing about these songs is that they sound like they came from a different time period all together. It's all incredibly genuine and the aesthetic is built off of the culmination of classic rock influences Nick Noon had all coming together to create something that's almost like magic.
These are songs for almost all ages, races, and sexes which is quite inspiring and both songs have something to offer that gives it their own life.
Nick Noon has given us something that seems timeless and we can't wait to hear more from the artist.
For now, these songs will certainly do the trick.
Dig into Nick Noon everywhere you like to listen as the release shines enough to stand out from the pack.