NOAHFINNCE Explores Burnout On New Single ‘3 Day Headache’

NOAHFINNCE looks at overcoming burnout and exhaustion on his latest single, ‘3 Day Headache’.

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The pop-punk artist’s latest track is the final single ahead of his debut album, ‘Growing Up On The Internet’, which arrives March 08 via Hopeless Records.

The new track embraces a more poppier side to Noah’s game, and takes inspiration from the fatigue of over-exerting yourself.

Speaking about the new track and what it’s about, NOAHFINNCE has explained:

“‘3 DAY HEADACHE’ is a song about being so exhausted and burnt out that I gave myself a migraine. 

“I feel like I’ve been in a constant cycle of burnout, breakdown, bounce back for my whole adult life so why not put it into a cheesy lil bop?”

Have a listen to just what that sounds like via the lyric video below.

Already heralded by singles ‘I Know Better’, ‘Scumbag’ and its title-track, the long-awaited debut album draws inspiration from the likes of My Chemical Romance, Bring Me The Horizon and The Prodigy.

After wrapping up his ‘Goopy Goopers Tour’ in October last year, NOAHFINNCE will soon be supporting Enter Shikari on their ‘A Kiss For The Whole World Tour’ next month for a 7-date tour that begins in Leeds on February 09, and concludes at London’s OVO Arena Wembley.

Check out the full list of dates below.

February 09  – First Direct Arena, Leeds

February 10 – Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham

February 12 – O2 Academy, Edinburgh

February 14 – O2 Victoria Warehouse, Manchester

February 15 – O2 Victoria Warehouse, Manchester

February 16 – International Arena, Cardiff

February 17 – OVO Arena Wembley, London

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