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  • Vasili Papathanasopoulos


Watch our full interview with Noah Dillon!

Perth indie-rock musician Noah Dillon has shared another taste of his forthcoming EP, Don’t Change For The World (Like It’s Changing Me), with the release of Alive and Kicking. Alongside the release comes the announcement of an exclusive live stream EP launch.

This Friday, Dillon will take to Instagram, going live with friends Asha Jeffries, Jack Davies, Connor (from Bugs) and Sly Withers at 6:30 PM AEST. The event will take place in celebration of the musicians EP, which is set to arrive the same day. Speaking of the release, Dillon shares: "The overall message is one of learning to love yourself and navigating the relationships around you. When I listen back to the songs together it really points to a time in my life where I was (and still am) figuring out who I am whilst navigating relationships, grief and love. This is a self-exploratory look at who I am and how I am being shaped."

Kicking off in Perth on October 8, Dillon's headline shows will continue on to Dunsborough, Albay, Margaret River, Sydney, Brisbane and Adelaide, before wrapping up in Melbourne on March 5. In the midst of his own tour, Dillon will join Teenage Joans as support acts on Sly Withers massive national tour.

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. Having toured the country earlier this year, Dillon has also 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! Don’t Change For The World (Like It’s Changing Me) is out this Friday.


Tickets on sale 9:00 AM AEST Thursday 19 Aug HERE

Friday 8 Oct 2021 - The Rosemount, Perth, WA

Saturday 9 Oct 2021 - Dunsborough Tavern, Dunsborough, WA

Friday 22 Oct 2021 - Six Degrees, Albay, WA

Saturday 23 Oct 2021 - The River, Margaret River, WA

Friday 25 Feb 2022 - The Lansdowne, Sydney, NSW

Saturday 26 Feb 2022 - Brightside, Brisbane, QLD

Friday 4 Mar 2022 - Jive, Adelaide, SA

Saturday 5 Mar 2022 - Northcote Social Club, Melbourne, VIC


Saturday 6 Nov 2021 - Darwin Railway Club, Darwin, NT

Friday 12 Nov 2021 - The Rechabite, Perth, WA

Saturday 13 Nov 2021 - The River, Margaret River, WA

Friday 19 Nov 2021 - Byron Beach Hotel, Byron Bay

Saturday 20 Nov 2021 - The Triffid, Brisbane, NSW

Thursday 25 Nov 2021 - Oxford Art Factory, Sydney, NSW

Friday 26 Nov 2021 - UC Hub, Canberra, ACT

Friday 3 Dec 2021 - The Croxton, Melbourne, VIC

Saturday 4 Dec 2021 - Altar, Hobart, TAS

Thursday 9 Dec 2021 - Lions Arts Factory, Adelaide, SA

Friday 10 Dec 2021 - HQ Leederville, Leederville, WA

Saturday 11 Dec 2021 -, Fremantle, WA


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