Australian musician, Tyrone Noonan's forthcoming new studio album is titled 'Utopia?'.
Recently returning to the world of music with the single 'Black Dog' (an ode to kicking depression), ARIA-award winning musician Tyrone Noonan has dropped another taste from his forthcoming new studio album titled 'Utopia?'.
While the earlier single dealt with a dark subject matter, Tyrone explores the world of love with 'On My Knees', a song he co-wrote with two fellow Brisbanites (John Drake and Eden James) in a warehouse in North London.
"This is an ode to love; an admission of adoration and vulnerability," Tyrone says.
"It's someone who's saying to their loved one: 'It doesn't matter what you say or do, there is no escape for me. . . I'm on my knees.'"
The former frontman for #1 charting band george, (check their debut album 'Polyserena' for topnotch songwriting), Noonan adds: "Myself and two other crazy mofos from Brisbane – John Drake and Eden James – had never worked together before, so it was one of those sessions that could have gone either way.
"Fortunately John came to the party with a melody to get the verse going and so the three of us butted heads and started playing around, and pretty quickly we snapped into it and the song started taking shape."
scenestr is delighted to premiere the music video for 'On My Knees' today. Enjoy.