Artist info

Genre

Indie, Rock


band members

Noah Dillon (vocalist/guitar), Jack Hill (drums), Sam Rocchi (guitar), Claudia Genovese (bass) and Hector Morlet (synths)


Influences

The districts , The Drones, Peter Bibby, Modest Mouse, Courtney Barnett


Bio

singer-song writer Noah Dillon, has recently exploded onto the vibrant WA music scene with his 5 piece alt-rock band. His lyric driven music is a melting pot of honest stories and emotional tales, seamlessly colliding mundane existence with the darkest depths of life. Noah leaves audiences in tears, laughter and with a yearning to hug their mothers like never before. With a debut album and a handful of single releases on the horizon, 2018 is set to be a break through year for this young artist. Recently supporting big names around Perth such as The Kill Devil Hills, Carla Geneve,Demon Days, Spacey Jane, and playing prime time spots at Fairbridge festival, this is not an act to miss!

Review

Review by Elsa Silberstein Elsa Silberstein

02 Nov 2018

Triple J
45

Pumped to hear more from you mate! Taking the listener to such an authentic space

Pumped to hear more from you mate! Taking the listener to such an authentic space

Review

Review by Claire Mooney Claire Mooney

05 Sep 2018

Triple J
45

Declan just made sure I listened to this and now I see why - this is so damn good. This is seriously impressive. It tosses and turns, brings you up and back down. Keen to hear so much more of your music! Best line, "if there's a god, I bet it looks like my mum".

Declan just made sure I listened to this and now I see why - this is so damn good. This is seriously impressive. It tosses and turns, brings you up and back down. Keen to hear so much more of your music! Best line, "if there's a god, I bet it looks like my mum".

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

28 Aug 2018

Triple J
45

another total winner from noah dillon. it blends some sunny, real estate type guitars with a grittier edge. and that modest mouse tinge is still there which is juuuust fine. "you did it to yourself but you did it to me too" is a mighty fine lyric.

another total winner from noah dillon. it blends some sunny, real estate type guitars with a grittier edge. and that modest mouse tinge is still there which is juuuust fine. "you did it to yourself but you did it to me too" is a mighty fine lyric.