- Words Notion Staff
- Photography Isaac Lamb
Three-piece rock and roll ravers, NOISY, create an exclusive mix for Notion and chat about their journey and supporting Yungblud on tour.
Previously described as ‘skate park hip-hop’, Worthing-based trio NOISY is the “dance act of the future” according to BBC Radio 1’s Jack Saunders.
Serving unapologetically in-your-face sounds that mesh drum breaks with layered synths, vocal chops and more, NOISY has quickly built a loyal following in the short time they’ve been on the scene.
The group has a busy but incredible next few months lined up. They’ve just supported Yungblud on his tour and are set to open for You Me At Six on theirs. They’re also playing the BBC Radio 1 dance stage at Reading & Leeds, and have their first ever UK headline tour kicking off this October.
Comprised of singer Cody, guitarist Connor, and producer Spencer, the three lads may have grown up in a small seaside town, but they’re definitely making big waves around the UK.
For those new to your music, how would you describe your sound?
How do you go about making new music as a group?
Tell us about the mix you’ve made – what was your inspiration and what mood are you going for?
You’ve got a UK headline tour this October – exciting times! What can fans expect at the gigs?
You’re also supporting Yungblud and You Me at Six on tour. What part of these tours are you most excited about?
If you could have any superpower, what would it be and why?
What are you manifesting for 2022?