Everybody, meet Noah And The Loners. We think you’re going to love them.
Noah And The Loners are a brand new band. And they are brilliant.
They have just signed to Marshall Records and haven’t even turned 18 yet, which is pretty amazing.
But it’s because they have some incredible songs inside them, including this debut single.
It’s called ‘Teenage Tragedy’ and perfectly embodies all of the weirdness, uncertainty and unbridled infatuation that comes with learning about love as a teenager. From heart flutters to heartbreak, all set against a frantic punk backdrop, it’s an amazing and incredible relatable statement from a band with a bright future ahead of them.
Vocalist Noah Lonergen had this to say about it:
“I wrote Teenage Tragedy during a point in my life where I was riddled with self doubt and heavily relied on my girlfriend at the time for my own happiness. It wasn’t a healthy mindset at all but the love we felt for each other felt almost all consuming to the point where I thought it was normal.”
“This song is about the uncertainty and frantic nature of teenage relationships, the way insecurities always seem to get in between my brain and trusting that something is good. It’s also the story of every mid-teen house party and the one couple that your mates thought would last, but it just wasn’t meant to be. But it’s mainly about getting drunk on a night out.“
And this to say about being picked up by Marshall Records:
“We’re so excited to share this first single via Marshall Records. Having such a respected, world-renowned company fighting our corner is an amazing opportunity for a gang of teenagers. We can’t wait for the journey ahead!”
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