Direct from Sydney's western suburbs, anthemic rockers Noon Shift are set to drop their second EP 'Worth Its Cost In Time' next month.
A four-piece group who've been honing their sound (think a rockier version of Something For Kate) since forming in high school, the first taste of the new EP (slated for release on 18 February) is the single 'Anyway', which the group's vocalist-guitarist, Nick Lowe wrote about a brief encounter with a girl.
"I wrote this one about a girl I met while on a summer holiday," Nick says.
"We only ever spent a few days together, but any time we play this one live it always takes me back to that specific time and place."
Ahead of the song's release tomorrow, scenestr is amped to premiere 'Anyway' today. Enjoy.
"We've always thought of 'Anyway' as the song that wasn't supposed to be made," adds Nick.
"The day before recording it, our drummer Will split the webbing in his hand trying to catch a cricket ball and couldn't play which pushed things back about a month.
"Recording vocals was tricky as well. I lost my voice for about a month after two separate attempts to get the vocals right.
"I finally got it on the third try. It was all definitely worth it though and we're really happy how this one turned out."
Noon Shift 2021 Tour Dates
Fri 12 Mar - Boogie Mountain (Sydney)
Sat 24 Apr - La La La's (Wollongong)
Sat 1 May - Transit Bar (Canberra)
Sat 22 May - The Newcastle Hotel (Newcastle)