Artist info

Genre

Indie, Pop, Rock


band members

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


Influences

Middle Kids, Julia Jacklin, Ball park music, Modest Mouse, Courtney Barnett, Car Seat Headrest , Paul Dempsey


Bio

Singer-songwriter Noah Dillon blends elements of indie rock and alternative folk in a cathartic concoction that looks to juxtapose the mundanities of life with some of its deepest questions. Known for his raw emotion and euphoric soundscapes expect to dance, laugh and cry all the same time.

Noah Dillon had a big 2019. Toured around Australia on 3 occasions, released their first EP, came in #27 on Triple J Unearthed most played charts, ventured international for the Music Matters conference in Singapore, and shared the stage with acts like Stella Donnelly, Holy Holy, Tyne James Organ, and City Calm Down.

The 4 piece band is staying busy in early 2020. heading south for the Nannup Music Festival, playing main support for Paul Dempsey and Frankie Cosmos (NY), and getting creative with their upcoming music video for the latest single.

‘Mathew McConaughey’ is about changing oneself to better fit a relationship. All hidden within the ‘tongue in cheek’ analogy of me aspiring to be Mathew McConaughey (the famous Texan actor), the song delves into the idea that we often try to bend or change ourselves in order to fit an idealized and unrealistic idea of a partner.

Thanks for listening! We hope you enjoy <3

Review

Review by Stacy Gougoulis Stacy Gougoulis

03 Apr 2020

Triple J
45

Everyone's written eloquent things so I'll just say "sick one, dog"

Everyone's written eloquent things so I'll just say "sick one, dog"

Review

Review by Tommy Faith Tommy Faith

03 Apr 2020

Triple J
45

It's actually embarrassing that it's taken all these years for someone to upload a fitting tribute to Matthew McConaughey but here we are in April 2020, all the wrongs righted. If you've not already, check out Noah's music video for this one for more Matty M goodness.

It's actually embarrassing that it's taken all these years for someone to upload a fitting tribute to Matthew McConaughey but here we are in April 2020, all the wrongs righted. If you've not already, check out Noah's music video for this one for more Matty M goodness.

Review

Review by Elsa Silberstein Elsa Silberstein

03 Apr 2020

Triple J
45

Hot take from me - this is real, charming and playful.
Something to smile to on your own AND rock out to at a live show.

Hot take from me - this is real, charming and playful.
Something to smile to on your own AND rock out to at a live show.