NOAHFINNCE returns with candid single, Growing Up On The Internet, alongside the visualiser which can be seen below. The track explores the bleak reality of growing up when the internet started becoming extremely accessible, and encountering rather unsavoury characters.


NOAH has said of Growing Up On The Internet, “I didn’t realise how much growing up so visible on the internet affected me – It took me finding a photo of a tattoo that some nonce got of me when I was 15 to think “oh okay that was weird.”

NOAHFINNCE recently announced his Goopy Goopers Tour, where he will play 8 intimate shows across the UK and Ireland throughout October. (See full dates below.) After a hugely successful set at this year’s Slam Dunk Festival, Noah gears up to support Enter Shikari on their A Kiss For The Whole World Tour early next year. The 7-date tour kicks off in Leeds on 9th February and finishes with the final show in London at the OVO Arena Wembley on 17th February.

Last year saw NOAHFINNCE release his second EP, My Brain After Therapy which features tracks Worms, Tell Me That You’re Okay and LALALA. Noah had a strong start to this year with the release of No Point Pretending, a brilliant collaboration with Bears In Trees, then came I Know Better.Noah is now working on his highly anticipated debut album.

NOAHFINNCE is the alias of Noah Adams, a voice for a generation who are fed up of being told how to be. A virtuoso performer (he plays drums, guitar, bass, ukulele and sings), NOAHFINNCE is ready to flip off tradition and any roles that society expects him to fulfill, and instead continues to champion authenticity and self-expression. He brings a refreshing new energy to the world of alternative rock and pop punk with his punchy anthems as well as establishing himself as a prominent figure within the online LGBT community. Having amassed over 884,000 YouTube subscribers, over 706,000 TikTok followers and over 364,000 Instagram followers, in addition to winning the 2022 Blogosphere Award for “Vlogger of the year”, Noah brings his own alternative and no-nonsense takes on LGBTQ+ issues. Noah has been featured on the cover of Rock Sound, Upset, and Gay Times ‘Amplify’.

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