Noah states the inspiration for Protest Anger came from personal rage .”I felt at the severe mistreatment of peaceful protests over the past few years. From women dragged across the floor at a candlelight vigil by police, to a law being passed, essentially banning anti-government protests all together whilst enforcing more ruthless, violent policing; this song is our way of calling out all that is wrong with the system, and in essence is our own form of protest.”
Noah and The Loners incorporate a melding of politically charged punchy lyrics into their, at times combative and hostile oeuvre. The band’s antagonistic attitudes are a perfect marriage with their commanding presence and memorable choruses. Their brand is highly reminiscent of the face-melting old school punk from before their time.
07 Brighton, The Green Door Store
02 London, Hoxton Underbelly
06 Brighton, Latest Bar
10 New York, New Colossus Festival, Berlin
11 New York, New Colossus Festival, Pianos
17 Austin Texas, SXSW, Seven Grand
04 Wrexham, Focus Wales (Venue TBC)
11-13 May – Brighton, The Great Escape Festival (Venue TBC)
30 Brighton, Does My Festival Look Big in This
04 Somerset, Compton Martin: Outcider Festival
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