Welcome the warm embrace of Spring/Summer with HalfNoise's new LP, Sudden Feeling

Welcome the warm embrace of Spring/Summer with HalfNoise's new LP, Sudden Feeling

This should do the trick for the next few months.

We can all agree that winter's icy grip has long overstayed its welcome, so while we wait patiently for the mercury to begin its ascent into the 20s and 30s - why not familiarise yourself with an album that's guaranteed to top your spring and summer playlists? Pilerats Records' very own HalfNoise has just released his second album, Sudden Feeling  - and it's a collection of bright, uplifting electro-pop tunes, destined to be the soundtrack to hot nights spent drinking with friends on beaches and balconies. If you found yourself smiling and nodding along with the soaring synths and upbeat vocals on the record's lead single, Know The Feeling, then there's no doubting you're about to find yourself caught up in the warm vibes on offer throughout Sudden Feeling.

Zac Farro, former Paramore drummer and the man behind HalfNoise, spoke to Billboard about Sudden Feeling being his proudest work as a musician: Sudden Feeling means more to me than any music I have created yet, I felt really connected in all areas with this album and didn't once overthink it."

Stream it via Spotify below, or grab it from iTUNES.

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