Another EP 2013 chinwag...
Shortly before Noah and the Whale took to the Main Stage at Electric Picnic, Craig Fitzpatrick nabbed bassist Matt "Urby Whale" Owens and guitarist/keyboardist Fred Abbott for a friendly interrogation, Hot Press-style.
Up for discussion?
How new album, Heart Of Nowhere, was inspired by the 'suspended adolescence' of being in a band. Last time Charlie Fink talked to HP, he was in Dublin for a stag party for the same friend whose initial engagement inspired the new record. There was a messy update on said stag jaunt. Also, Owens and Abbott discussed their evolution as a band, how they've become more cinematic in sound, and how Fink could one day write a film.
Check it out below.
Their October date has been pushed forward to March.Read More
Due to phenomenal demand the band will be moving their Belfast show from The Mandela Hall to The Ulster Hall on Sunday October 9.Read More
The Twickenham folk poppers will grace these shores in October.Read More
Uplifting performance from the big-haired kings of feel-good popRead More
You can book your place for the online screening of The Making Of Last Night On EarthRead More
English Indie popsters at their hotly anticipated show at the Abbey St venueRead More
They’ve ditched the mandolins and stopped acting like love struck wusses. Charlie Fink from Noah And The Whale talks to Patrick Freyne about the band’s dramatic reinvention.Read More
Upbeat Album From English Pop-FolkiesRead More
Band return after sold-out April gigRead More
Their new single ‘L.I.F.E.G.O.E.S.O.N’ is out in FebruaryRead More
Mumford's mates are over in April.Read More
Exquisite miserablist minstrels come good second time aroundRead More
They're a melodic folk-pop band in whose mouths butter wouldn't melt, but beneath the happy-clapy exterior Noah And The Whale have a dark side.Read More