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Rock ‘n’ Roll Raver’ new release from Noisy

NOISY have today released the wildly chaotic music video for their latest single ‘Rock ‘n’ Roll Raver.’

Worthing trio NOISY have today released the wildly chaotic music video for their latest single ‘Rock ‘n’ Roll Raver.’

The new video follows the bands announcement of their 2022 headline tour with dates across the UK and EU, throughout January and February. Purchase tickets here

In true NOISY fashion, the group took a unique approach to the creation of the music video. After receiving a budget from their record label to create a video, the band withdrew the money and spent it on a night out in Brighton, inviting 14 of their mates along for the journey.

The group treated themselves to a hummer stretch limo, (real) NOISY tattoos, roller coasters, bumper cars, bars, clubs and the rest. Aside from the chaos the group cause, after such a tough and restrictive past few years, there is an underlying theme of optimism and hope for the future embedded within the video.

Speaking on the video, the band said: “Rock ‘n’ Roll Raver is about all the different characters you meet on a night out, everyone’s so different but all have one thing in common… they’re out escaping the mundane, completely losing their minds and forgetting about everything. We thought what better way to represent this song visually than taking all our mates on a night out, filming the whole thing with GoPros and turning it into a music video. It feels like we’ve really captured what the song is about”.

Rock ‘n’ Roll Raver’ follows the recently released ‘Young Dumb’, which was unveiled as the soundtrack to the new FIFA 22 official game trailer. WATCH HERE.

Alongside this latest music video release, the band recently brought their debut headline tour to a close. This included sold-out shows at Brighton’s Komedia Studio Bar and London’s Colours, which NME described as “a lively, breathless show of youthful energy and celebration”.

This feels very fitting for a group dubbed “the dance act of the future” by BBC Radio 1’s Jack Saunders.

The new music video is the perfect burst of energy to sign off the year for one of the UKs most exciting groups.