N.O.A.H Release Their New Single, ‘The Way We Are Told’ Today 15 April

Breakout Irish rockers N.O.A.H have dropped their uplifting brand new single, ‘The Way We Are Told’ today, April 15.

With the help of Grammy Winning producer Ruadhri Cushnan, the band combines modern indie/alternative with 80’s nostalgia, describing their sound as, “Springsteen meets Foster The People”.

This new single follows the highly regarded debut EP, ‘Echoes of the Night’, which featured collaborations with the likes of the Irish hip hop duo, Hare Squead, as well as New Orleans style brass band Booka Brass. The EP was produced by the Grammy-Winning Ruadhri Cushnan in Camden Studios and mastered by John Davis of Metropolis studios London. 

With Lander PR, Mother Artists, Live Nation and MCD, the band are ready to make their mark in the UK and Ireland with a debut UK tour and a summer of Irish festivals some of which include Sea Sessions & Kaleidoscope. 

N.O.A.H - photo credit Lisa Hafey
N.O.A.H – photo credit Lisa Hafey

We caught up with N.O.A.H last year in Dublin, and you can read our interview here.

An emotionally honest song, ‘The Way We Are Told’ is characterised by solid guitar licks, emphatic horns, and strident percussion holding it all together. What will be first noticed is the maturity of the vocals, which have come a long way since their first single, ‘Shine’. The new track is the first of several singles scheduled to support these busy few months.

Listen to ‘The Way We Are Told’ below. Find out more about N.O.A.H and their music online on their official website, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

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