The group was founded in 2011, with their first official EP The Landing dropping a year later in 2012. Since then the band released a full-length record, #Album in 2014, and a second EP, A Time Will Come, a couple of weeks ago.
I won’t touch too much on the new EP here as I’m reviewing it, but needless to say it’s fantastic. You can find a link to the review a bit further down.
Sonically, NOYDEM are fuelled by hard-hitting and driven rock music interspersed with interesting electronic hooks. They’re not quite an electro-rock band, with the use of synths being more of an additional tone to the music rather than a defining factor. You can listen to the uncharacteristically calming ‘Sometimes’ down below.
I haven’t had the opportunity to see NOYDEM live, but based on word of mouth and clips the show looks riotous, with NOYDEM bringing a palpable energy and drive to their live performances. Check out a clip of the group performing ‘Me Myself And I’ down below.
Good Music Matters are proud to feature NOYDEM our Band Of The Week. Now that you’ve been introduced, be sure to check out the rest of the features. Start with my review of NOYDEM’s brand new EP, A Time Will Come, which you can read HERE. Next, read my exclusive interview with the band HERE.
Until next time, enjoy the music!