NOAHFINNCE delves into how the world is going mad and we are using music to ignore it in his latest catchy offering.
NOAHFINNCE continues to deliver some of the most vital and catchy pop-punk coming out of the UK right now.
And his latest track is another example of that.
It’s called ‘LALALA’, and it is insatiably addictive but has a bigger message below the sing-alongs.
It’s a song that talks about how we hide behind music as a means to block out the harder parts of the world, and how that isn’t always a good thing.
Sometimes we need to look at what is going on in the world, and music and art has to reflect that. Because without that, then nothing will change.
Noah had this to say about it:
“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.”
Here it is:
The song follows on from Noah’s recent EP ‘MY BRAIN AFTER THERAPY’, which included ‘CHASING DAYLIGHT’:
We spoke to Noah for a special edition of Rock Sound, telling his incredible and inspirational story so far.
You can pick it up WORLDWIDE from right HERE