NSW, alt-rock band Noon Shift are set to release their first offering of the year titled Do It All Again, taken from their upcoming debut album Steering Wheels On Summer’s Days. Do It All Again was recorded at both The Brain Studios in Sydney and singer Nick Lowe’s bedroom studio over the summer of 2021/2022. The single incorporates rich intricacies, edgy guitar riffs and diverse vocal melodies, entwined in an expertly crafted alt-rock sound – featuring Will Abbott on drums, Nick Lowe on guitar / vocals and as lead producer / engineer, and former member Michael Sramek on bass.
Inspired by the hard-hitting, heartfelt work of artists including Foo Fighters, Gang of Youths and Hockey Dad, Noon Shift have previously released two self-produced EPs and toured sold out shows across NSW. Cementing their foothold on the Australian rock circuit as a band on the come up, Noon Shift have received support from audiences and industry alike gaining over 250k collective streams and attention from national radio station Triple J.
With absolute authenticity, Noon Shift will move consistently between releases in preparation for their debut album Steering Wheels On Summer’s Day set for release on Friday 14th October 2022, with accompanying music videos and live performances.
Noon Shift – Do It All Again will be available on all digital stores worldwide
“Noon Shift have reaffirmed their skill for writing instantly infectious rock-anthems with increasingly impressive musicianship and song writing” -After Paris (UK)
Formed in 2014 after meeting in high school, Noon Shift are an Alternative Rock band from Sydney’s Western Suburbs. The current lineup consists of Nick Lowe (guitar/vocals), Will Abbott (drums) and Tchai De Amorim (bass).
“It’s an invigorating mix from Noon Shift and I can definitely hear that Foo Fighters, Fuel, Stereophonics type rock seeping in.” -Declan Bryne (Triple J)
In their final year of highschool Noon Shift released their 2018 debut EP “Fuse” to the world, featuring the track “Save Me” which to date gas gathered upwards of 180,00 streams. Since then their recorded music and live performances have caught the attention of the likes of The Harbour Agency, Live Nation and John Zucco of The Right Profile.
“I cannot fault their set, and think they have the talent, sound, and charisma to draw bigger audiences and a large (international) following” -The Music Producer
In 2021 Noon Shift released their second, self produced EP, “Worth Its Cost in Time” and subsequently went on a tour across NSW that saw sold out shows and many new eyeballs on the band. Since then the boys have been hunkering down in the garage, working on what is expected to be their debut album.