Watch the video for Noah And The Loners’ new single Protest Anger
Young London punks Noah And The Loners share their rage over the “severe mistreatment of peaceful protests over the past few years” on new single.
Like Limp Bizkit, Noah And The Loners' new single was inspired by singer Noah Lonergan having one of those days. The frontman with the fast-rising Brighton-based punks was trapped in a comedy of errors when inspiration struck. Which is a lot more productive than deciding to break stuff...
“The track is based on an actual day in my life where everything that could go wrong, did,” he explains. “I got completely soaked watching my football team lose, and then a giant electrical storm wiped out the train line, so I couldn’t get home to Brighton for a night out with my close friends…
“It’s the kind of day that could have sunk me, but music is my therapy and my way of dealing with everyday stress. So I turned the events into lyrics there and then. It’s rare that lyrics come to me fully formed like that, but every word was written that night. We finally got inspired by a piece that our drummer, Noah Riley, wrote for a Uni project and built Hell Of A Day as we know it from there.”
Not content with recounting it in the lyrics, they've also recreated parts of his crap time in the accompanying video - which, thankfully, also features the much more welcome sight of the band ripping it up...
Catch the band live (hopefully with no lightning-related train drama) at...
4 Brighton Brunswick Cellar
10 London Dream Bags Jaguar Shoes
November (*supporting The Meffs)
4 Chelmsford Hot Box *
9 London Signature Brew*
10 Exeter Cavern*
11 Bristol Exchange Basement*
12 Cardiff The Moon*
13 Birmingham Sunflower Lounge*
18 Brighton Prince Albert*
19 Nottingham The Bodega*
22 Manchester Gullivers
24 Norwich Voodoo Daddy’s*
25 Ipswich Smokehouse*