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  • Vasili Papathanasopoulos


Watch our full interview with Noah Dillon!

Perth indie-rock musician Noah Dillon has shared his first taste of new music for the year with Drifting Apart. The musician is currently on the road, supporting Hope D on her national tour.

Drifting Apart was written about relationships collapsing due to both people growing in different directions. The feeling of holding onto what a relationship was whilst you feel each other grow up and apart. It was originally written as a ballad on my piano at home, we then pushed ourselves to explore a sonic range we hadn’t delved into before. I took inspiration from the instrumentation of Flaming Lips, the bite and grit of Kanye West and the emotional honesty of Phoebe Bridges. It was a beautifully collaborative process between the band, myself and producer Andy Lawson (Tired Lion, Death By Denim), we hope you enjoy it!”

Continuing on to Hobart this Friday, the musician will take to the stage for the remainder of Hope D's national tour, performing in Byron Bay, Brisbane, Melbourne and the Gold Coast. Tickets are on sale now!

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. Last year, he unveiled his debut EP, Don’t Change For The World (Like It’s Changing Me). Having toured the country earlier this year, Dillon has also taken to the stage at festivals including Nannup and Wave Rock, having also supported the likes of Holy Holy, Olympia, San Cisco, Spacey Jane and Paul Dempsy.

Watch our interview with Noah Dillon above! Drifting Apart is out now.


Friday 29 April - Altar, Hobart Friday 6 May - The Northern, Byron Bay Saturday 7 May - Princess Theatre, Brisbane Friday 13 May - Corner Hotel, Melbourne Friday 27 May - Miami Marketta, Gold Coast


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