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  • Vasili Papathanasopoulos


Watch our full interview with Noah Dillon!

Hitting the road in support of his latest single That’s Just How I Feel, we caught up with Perth indie-rock musician Noah Dillon to chat about the tour, performing live again after the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, challenging gender constructs with his latest single and so much more!

Dillion has just wrapped up his national That's Just How I Feel Tour, performing shows across Midland, Bunbury, Margaret River and Geraldton, before bringing his live show to the east coast, where he performed headline shows in Melbourne and Sydney, before wrapping the tour up in Wollongong. The string of shows saw the musician bring his infectious brand of indie-rock to stages across the country, showcasing emerging Aussie talent at its finest.

Recorded at Debasser Studio with producer Andy Lawson, the song and its accompanying video are a dedication to individualism and being who you are, written after the singers introspective thoughts on love and passion had him exploring themes of independence. Directed by Daniel Hildebrand along with Dillon, the energetic visual celebrates personal freedom, taking on vivid imagery to represent our personal inner voices, whilst also challenging gender stereotypes, making a comment on preconceived social constructs through the musicians clothing and demeanour.

2020 saw Dillon release a handful of singles, with tracks like Knievel Daredevil, Matthew McConaughey and Sunburnt landing him as the fourth most played artist on Triple J Unearthed, and was also selected for the #BIGSOUND50. With sold out shows across WA, Dillon has taken to the stage at festivals including Nannup and Wave Rock, with a performance scheduled at Good Day Sunshine later this month. The musician has also supported the likes of Holy Holy, Olympia, San Cisco, Spacey Jane and Paul Dempsy.

Watch our interview with Noah Dillon above! That’s Just How I Feel is out now

Images: Vasili Papathanasopoulos ©

Featured Songs: That's Just How I Feel courtesy of Noah Dillon and AANTHOLOGIES.


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