Despite Covid and global economic slowdowns, musicians have found a way to keep new tunes flowing.
Providing a much needed distraction for people in lockdown, live stream performances and new downloads from artists have helped to assuage the stresses of pandemic living.
Here in Barrie, the Noolands have been doing their part. On top of quarantine performances from their various basements and living rooms, the band has been working on fresh tuneage.
Their latest track,1992 (Killing My Love) hits the streams on July 21st.
Striking a emphatic note between nostalgia and acceptance, this new addition to their catalogue brings a summer vibe and hints of Oasis and Vampire Weekend.
The track was mastered by local studio owner Noah Mintz, and mixed by the Nooland’s own Brandon Davenport. Photography was done by Joshua Doerksen (of the Mystics) making 1992 an entirely local production
There’s also an exclusive early release on Bandcamp.
You can pre-save it on Spotify right here!
And hit up the Nooland’s social channels, music connections and more via their website.