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NOAHFINNCE Drops Satire-Filled “LOVELY LADIES” Music Video


After wrapping up his spring tour throughout North America, NOAHFINNCE is back with a new music video for “LOVELY LADIES.” The track comes from his most recent record GROWING UP ON THE INTERNET, out now via Hopeless Records. On Instagram, NOAHFINNCE described the messages conveyed in the visuals. He says, “I’ve been looking forward to this music video since I wrote the song. For those who have no idea what’s going on, I wrote a song called ‘Lovely Ladies’ from the perspective of the ‘big scary transgender monster transgendering the world’s children’ that I’ve been called ever since I came… Read more »

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NOAHFINNCE, Landon Barker, Hannah Grae Join YUNGBLUD’s BLUDFEST Lineup


With YUNGBLUD’s inaugural BLUDFEST just around the corner, the UK mainstay has announced another wave of artists joining the lineup. “Our world. Our movement. The biggest gathering of our culture is happening August 11th and this is the BLUDFEST FULL LINE UP,” he shares. “just wait till you see what we have planned… i can’t fookin wait.” Joining the already-stacked cast will be fellow UK pop-punker NOAHFINNCE, Landon Barker (the son of blink-182 drummer Travis Barker), and Hannah Grae. In addition to the recently announced performers, the festival will also feature headliner YUNGBLUD, Lil Yachty, Soft Play, Nessa Barrett, The… Read more »

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NOAHFINNCE Gets Gory In New “ALEXITHYMIA” Music Video


Pop-punk musician Noah Adams, better known as NOAHFINNCE, gave idobi Radio hints back in early March that, “If you love horror shit, you’re gonna love the music video for ‘ALEXITHYMIA.’ It is gory, and disgusting and dark and gross. And I love it.” To no surprise, it was even better than described. The 24-year-old UK-based artist has finally unleashed his “ALEXITHYMIA” music video and it is a bloody good time. “Alexithymia” is described as “when a person has difficulty experiencing, identifying, and expressing emotions,” according to Medical News Today. It often occurs in those diagnosed with PTSD or autism. “The… Read more »

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NOAHFINNCE Wrote The Most Emo Song On ‘GROWING UP ON THE INTERNET’ From The Toilet


Although it is something most of us can understand and relate to, no one gets ‘GROWING UP ON THE INTERNET’ quite like NOAHFINNCE. Most of us were spectators at a young age online, while NOAHFINNCE was living directly in the spotlight. Noah Finn Adams became a very successful YouTube personality when he was in his early teens and still in school. After years of developing his artistry as a musician in the pop punk and alternative rock space, he now reflects on his journey through adolescence in the public eye. Today, his debut album, GROWING UP ON THE INTERNET dropped… Read more »

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NOAHFINNCE Cures Our “3 DAY HEADACHE” With New Single


NOAHFINNCE has officially made the first Friday of 2024 one to celebrate with the release of his new single, “3 DAY HEADACHE.” The new track, along with the previously released “GROWING UP ON THE INTERNET,” “I KNOW BETTER,” and “SCUMBAG,” will appear on Noah’s debut album, GROWING UP ON THE INTERNET, due via Hopeless Records on March 8. Contrary to its title, “3 DAY HEADACHE” is far from a pain-inducing listening experience. Noah’s latest single delivers a lively, irresistibly catchy chorus that examines the all-too-relatable feeling of burnout and its endless cycle. The track is an effortless anthem with a… Read more »

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NOAHFINNCE Announces North American Spring 2024 Tour


Alt-pop rocker NOAHFINNCE has announced his Growing Up On The Internet Tour set to kick off in spring 2024. Joining him will be Chase Petra, TX2, and Teenage Joans. The tour is scheduled to hit 23 cities across the U.S. and will offer VIP packages. With influences from hyperpop, metalcore, dance-pop, emo, and more, NOAH also announced last month that his debut album, Growing Up On The Internet, will drop next year on March 8 via Hopeless Records. He says the LP focuses on how having access to constant information impacted his development as a person, “I’m sure a lot… Read more »

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NOAHFINNCE Issues ‘Harry Potter’ Inspired “SCUMBAG” Video


NOAHFINNCE weaves a spellbinding narrative in his latest music video for “SCUMBAG,” drawing inspiration from the enchanting world of Harry Potter. The alt-artist, who initially dropped the track in October, uses this magical realm to shed light on issues of transphobia and confront TERFs (trans-exclusionary radical feminists). Evoking the nostalgia of J.K. Rowling‘s iconic book series and the subsequent film adaptations that captivated audiences in the late ’90s and early/mid-2000s, NOAHFINNCE transforms the familiar wizarding world into a canvas for his powerful message. Despite the enchantment of Harry Potter, recent statements from Rowling have shifted the narrative, prompting discussions about… Read more »

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NOAHFINNCE Calls Out Transphobic “scumbag” On New Single


Here at idobi, we love artists who make a statement with their music. From Green Day’s American Idiot to Neck Deep’s The Peace And The Panic, music and lyrics remain a powerful outlet for bands to share their socio-political views and spark movements within their fanbases. YouTube star turned pop-punk act, NOAHFINNCE is speaking out on trans rights and calling out TERFs in his latest single, “scumbag.”  Combining his unique blend of distorted guitars and Myspace-era synthesizers, the new song is a dynamic diss track that cleverly fights back against transphobia. With lyrics like “this inclusion delusion gender confusion/why are… Read more »

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NOAHFINNCE Recounts “GROWING UP ON THE INTERNET” In New Song


NOAHFINNCE, the alias of singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Noah Adams, shares a brand new track, “GROWING UP ON THE INTERNET” today. Noah rose to fame pretty early in his life. He was gaining rapid followers and subscribers on Youtube from a young age, and built quite the community of dedicated fans. Before his music career even began, he was reaching millions of people as a high schooler on the internet. This is a wonderful thing on paper, but when you peel back the first layer of internet success, it can be pretty dark underneath. He was essentially a child in the… Read more »

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