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On The Table Read, “the best entertainment magazine in the UK” New York’s brutally honest troubadour, Noah Chenfield, releases new single, In Our Room.
In Our Room
Noah Chenfeld. In Our Room is the new the breezy indie rock single from New York’s brutally honest troubadour, Noah Chenfield.
In Our Room “is a love song about a very specific time and place. I wanted to make something that would sound right for a lazy beach day, while still containing the urgency that many of the other songs on the record have,” explains Noah Chenfield.
A nostalgic and dream filled intimate song, In Our Room is full of reflective hazy melodies over end-of-summer soundscapes.
With hit songs like 2019’s I Love Being Tired, which hit 1 million streams, the world is finally taking notice of singer songwriter Noah Chenfeld. Renowned for his casual vibe, Chenfield can use nerly any instrument in the room to create radio-ready hooks.
Able to effortlessly change stylistic lanes, Chenfeld creates a retro-facing power pop sound. His wide-eyed and chord-dense singer songwriter palette of his solo career and his ‘eyes-on-the-prize’ style of alt-pop hit making. His band, Rebounder, song “Change Shapes” comes to mind, which he co-wrote with Jesse Rutherford of The Neighbourhood, a frequent collaborator and ardent proponent of Chenfeld’s ringer talents.
His genuinely impressive knack for freestyling built a prodigious reputaiton, with an overwhelming response to one particular clip of him flexing the inexplicably underutilized skill on a live episode of podcast How Long Gone.
Same Streets, Different City
His style has always challenged the oblique language and sonics of his peers, but on this latest record, Same Streets, Different City, his new LP of ‘born-here-still-here’ bonafides, is a rough-edged extension of his unabashedly grand approach to songcraft. His listenability levels up into an all-enveloping popscape with lyrics that roll up their sleeves and reach into the beating heart of each track, with grand themes, wide swings, and classic influences.
No surprise then, that his recent cover of ‘Born To Run’ received a nod from The Boss himself on his SiriusXM station.
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