Friday, 13 March 2020

Drew Makes Noise releases neo-pop song ‘Satellite’


Neo pop artist Drew Makes Noise released his solo debut single ‘Satellite’ via One Inch Punch, before embarking on his solo career,  the musician formed part of the Ed Zealous band. During his time in the band, they supported acts such as Snow Patrol, Two Door Cinema Club, and Maximo Park. Other noteworthy achievements include the band featuring in CLASH Magazine, radio play on BBC Radio 1 and performing at the Glastonbury Festival.

Now in his solo journey, Drew Makes Noise has gained support from Gemma Bradley and Aine Cronin-McCartney for BBC ATL Introducing. He grew being influenced by his father’s taste for music, which includes 80’s and 90’s rock ballads, as well as music of the violin and clarinet variety. His friends would introduce him to 80’s and 90’s pop music. During his schooling period, Drew Makes Noise would compile mix-tapes featuring artists such as Nirvana and The Pet Shop Boys. Little did the then-teenager know he would follow a  musical career path years later.

Drew Makes Noise takes about his solo debut single,”Satellite came from a 2 hour long solo jam on Pro Tools with arpeggiators and synths. There was so much of it that I wrote an albums worth of songs in the time it took me to put  all the complex pieces together in a song. Depending on how I feel I sing the lyrics with no sense of irony or completely ironically.”


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