It’s probably safe to say that this is the first time you’re hearing about Noah Kenton. It’s also probably safe to say that this certainly won’t be the last. We have a pretty strong feeling that after folks catch wind of his latest few releases, this Virgina-based indie popster will get his much-deserved attention.
Today, we’re excited to bring an instantly memorable track, as well as the accompanying music video. “Crimson” simply dazzles from the beginning, initially locking listeners in with subtle finger picking. From there, momentum picks up, carried by the powerful vocal prowess from this youngster. The hook is radio ready, complete with catchy-as-hell sections that might get you caught in an embarrassing moment at a stoplight. But, don’t let that awkward look from a stranger stop you from belting it out. Based on what Kenton said in regards to the track, he would probably want you to have as much fun with it as he did.
Crimson was the first track we recorded for the EP and when it was finished I felt incredible. We were perfectionists when it came to these tracks, which can be stressful, but I think that Crimson really just shows how much fun can come out of all the hard work. Lots of people worked on the video and I felt so thankful for it. It’s truly Incredible to see people breathe their own life into my work.
The music video, which was shot by HMD Films, displays a captivating story from director Nathan Mcfarland. Take a quick break from work and check it out below.