Noah Weiland, former lead singer of Suspect208 and the 21-year-old son of the late rock icon Scott Weiland, goes pop-punk on his new solo track “Drunk,” out this week. On Friday (June 10), he informed Loudwire it exhibits how he is doing issues his method.
“I am discovering my very own sound and creating my very own lane and doing issues fully unbiased,” Noah says. “As a result of I am not making an attempt to journey my dad’s coattails.”
Take heed to “Drunk” down towards the underside of this put up.
In April, Noah launched “One Day,” a poppy bed room rock quantity that makes use of parts of emo rap. It definitely would not sound like Stone Temple Pilots, the rock act as soon as led by father. “We make fully completely different music,” Noah muses of the comparability, including that, above all, he is “at present very centered on sobriety.”
Noah provides, “My restoration and music are the one issues that matter to me for the time being. This new track is generally simply enjoyable, nothing too deep. Though my subsequent one is extra about my father, mom, a bit shade at my previous stepmom, my grownup years, rising up — a lot completely different from what folks count on — and habit.”
Final 12 months, Noah parted ways with Suspect208, the band he performed in with two different rock star offspring — Tye Trujillo, son of Metallica‘s Robert Trujillo, and London Hudson, son of Guns N’ Roses‘ Slash. Hudson accompanies Noah on 2020’s “Shark Assault.” Hear that beneath as effectively.
Final Could, Suspect208 broke up entirely. The group additionally featured guitarist Niko Tsangaris, who went on to kind S8nt Elektric with Hudson. Noah and Tye began Blu Weekend.
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Noah Weiland, “Drunk”
Noah Weiland, “One Day”
Noah Weiland feat. London Hudson, “Shark Assault”
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