N.O.A.H Announce Headline Dublin Show
Lost Lane, Dublin
Rescheduled to Saturday 2nd October 2021
Tickets €12.80 Incl. booking fee
Doors 8pm | Over 18's | ID Required
N.O.A.H RETURN WITH BRAND NEW SUMMER ANTHEM
‘HANDS UP’ OUT NOW
"Ireland's Hottest Rock Band" - The Sunday World
"An exciting up and coming act" - Hotpress
"NOAH, Floody Excellent" - Irish Daily Star
"A big vibrant indie sound emanates from N.O.A.H's Shine" -The Last Mix Tape
N.O.A.H return with a brand new summer anthem ‘Hands Up’, OUT NOW across all streaming platforms.
The highly anticipated track was produced by the Grammy-Winning Ruadhri Cushnan in Camden Studios and mastered by John Davis (The Killers, U2, Dua Lipa). To mark the release of ‘Hands Up,' the band will perform one of Ireland's first indoor shows on July 24th at The Solstice Theatre in Navan, which will also be streamed live.
'Hands Up' has a serious summer vibe that will get you excited for your favourite festival. Ultimately, the song is about giving oneself to a higher power. For the band, this undeniable force is music and its ability to take control of the body.
The band are currently working on their debut EP, 'Echoes of the Night' which is set to be released on vinyl on 1 October 2021, and will play their first headline show of 2021 in LostLane on 2 October, followed by another show in The Fiddler London on 8 October.
With word spreading fast and the ever-growing press, N.O.A.H signed with Natasha Bents' newly founded Mother Artists Live Agency (Foster The People, Idles, CMAT). The band even made their first TV appearance on RTÉ Six One News to talk about their story and quick rise within the industry.
The now Dublin-based band hail from County Meath, and comprises lifelong friends Ryan Hill, Adam Rooney, and Ronan Hynes. N.O.A.H are determined to share their music with the world and leave a lasting impression on the Irish & wider music industry. It all started back in January 2020, after the band decided to reform a previous musical endeavour. The band took inspiration in its naming, from the biblical story of ‘Noah and the Ark’, which is centralised around the theme of new beginnings, a fundamental idea to the band’s vision and core values.
N.O.A.H’s debut single ‘Shine’ was released back in September 2020, and since then the band has gone from strength to strength. The band have garnered consistent radio play and media attention across Ireland as well as the growing adoration and praise of peers and fans in the UK. Moreover, the band recorded an exclusive acoustic rendition of Shine for radio presenter Laura Whitmore on BBC5 Live in the UK. Further interest was shown from 2FM and Spin 103.8, both of whom crowned Shine their “Track of The Week''.
‘Hands Up’, the brand new single from N.O.A.H is released on 23 July across all streaming platforms.
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