Fremantle songwriter Noah Dillon creates a melting pot of honest stories and emotional tales, seamlessly colliding mundane existence with the darkest depths of life.
It’s been a whirlwind couple of years. 3 singles over the course of 2020 grew the audience nationally with all singles hitting over 200,000 hits on Spotify, picked up by Triple J, and coming in as the 4th most played artist for the year on Triple J Unearthed, and winning a WAM award for their first EP.
On the live stage the band have been lucky to get back to work, touring around Australia and selling out shows in major cities for their 2021 single “That’s Just How I Feel”. The band were selected to play Australia’s first COVID safe festival in Good Day Sunshine festival, Noah performed digitally on the first Isol-aid festival, and grew their team signing a label and agent all during lockdowns.
Triple J high rotation for the tear jerker “Knievel Daredevil” saw Noah’s songwriting evolve and voice shine, and upbeat single “That’s Just How I Feel” have propelled the band into the hearts of Australia. Known for raw emotion and euphoric soundscapes expect to dance, laugh and cry all at the same time.
“I hope everyone finds a love as true and beautiful as this song is about. It exists in such a raw, open and intimate space – the kind you capture so perfectly every time. Gorgeous words as ever, Noah. I love how the start feels like you’re writing some kind of letter. I love the strings that gradually follow and that build and release at the end is a knock over moment I truly live for. I think it’ll leave everyone thinking wow. You’re incredible!’ 5 Stars”
Claire Mooney, Triple J 2019
“His authentic Australian brand of indie rock really spoke to the crowd, with all attention on him and his band. The honesty in his lyrics mixed with his charmingly awkward stage presence had everyone fully immersed in the experience that is Noah Dillon.”
“Noah Dillon is currently flying the flag for Perth music nationally. One of the most popular sets of the day, Dillon had the younger crew completely rapt. By now the sun had set, and people were peeling themselves off their picnic blankets to enjoy his brand of folk rock.”