Noah Dillon


Friday 28th June, 9:30pm. Free Entry

"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." - 2019

"Little twisted bit of storytelling here. I like how Noah lets it all spill out, with psychedelia encroaching from the edges." - Dave Ruby Howe, Triple J 2019

Fremantle songwriter Noah Dillon is quickly building a name for himself in this country. His lyric driven music is a melting pot of honest stories and emotional tales, seamlessly colliding mundane existence with the darkest depths of life.

Opening 2019 with a bang, Dillon released his new heartfelt single "Holding On" and toured nationally in Feb/March. Recorded at Tunafish Studio (Stella Donnelly) with Broderick Madden-Scott the band is currently in the studio finishing their debut EP, due out later in 2019.

The group released their first single, "The Man I'm Not", in 2017 with huge success, gathering over 150,000+ streams on Spotify and community radio airplay across Australia. This success grew with a second single titled "Maggots", released in May last year, receiving airplay on Triple J and becoming the most played song on RTRFM 92.1 in May, as well as their 6th most played song of 2018.

Noah's music is a genre bending mix of singer song-writer inspirations such as Bob Dylan and Courtney Barnett with the tear-jerking attitude of Modest Mouse and Alex G creating a unique kaleidoscope of songs that'll make you question who you are.

2019 is already shaping up to be a big year for this young indie outfit.

"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." 2019

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