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NOAHFINNCE Cures Our “3 DAY HEADACHE” With New Single

NOAHFINNCE Winter 2024
[Photo by: Corinne Cumming]

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 resonant message that practically any generation can understand.

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Noah shares of the new release, “‘3 DAY HEADACHE’ is a song about being so exhausted and burnt out that I gave myself a migraine. I feel like I’ve been in a constant cycle of burnout, breakdown, bounce back for my whole adult life, so why not put it into a cheesy lil bop?”

Take a listen to Noah’s new single “3 DAY HEADACHE” below, and then try to tell us that you haven’t felt this kind of burnout at least once in your life. You’d probably be lying…

NOAHFINNCE is scheduled to kick off the U.S. leg of Growing Up On The Internet Tour this spring to support his debut record. Chase Petra, TX2, and Teenage Joans will join him as support on the run. But before making his way Stateside, the pop-punker will join Enter Shikari as support on the A Kiss For The Whole World Tour in the UK in February. You can snag tickets to see Noah live here.

Tour Dates:

  • Feb. 9—Leeds, UK @ First Direct Arena
  • Feb. 10—Nottingham, UK @ Motorpoint Arena
  • Feb. 12—Edinburgh, UK @ O2 Academy
  • Feb. 14—Manchester, UK @ O2 Victoria Warehouse
  • Feb. 15—Manchester, UK @ O2 Victoria Warehouse
  • Feb. 16—Cardiff, UK @ International Arena
  • Feb. 17—London, UK @ 0V0 Arena Wembley
  • March 14—Detroit, MI @ The Loving Touch
  • March 15—Cleveland, OH @ Mahalls
  • March 16—Toronto, ON @ Velvet Underground
  • March 18—Boston, MA @ Brighton Music Hall
  • March 19—New York City, NY @ Gramercy Theater
  • March 22—Philadelphia, PA @ The Foundry
  • March 23—Washington, DC @ Union Stage
  • March 24—Charlotte, NC @ The Underground
  • March 26—Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade – Hell
  • March 27—Orlando, FL @ The Social
  • March 29—Houston, TX @ The Bronze Peacock at House of Blues Houston
  • March 30—San Antonio, TX @ The Rock Box
  • March 31—Fort Worth, TX @ Tulips
  • April 2—Phoenix, AZ @ Walter Studios
  • April 3—Anaheim, CA @ Chain Reaction
  • April 4—Berkely, CA @ Cornerstone
  • April 6—Portland, OR @ Hawthorne Theater
  • April 6—Portland, OR @ Hawthorne Theater
  • April 7—Seattle, WA @ The Crocodile
  • April 9—Salt Lake City, UT @ Soundwell
  • April 10—Denver, CO @ Bluebird Theatre
  • April 12—Chicago, IL @ Bottom Lounge
  • April 13—Minneapolis, MN @ Fine Line
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