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NOISY mill about Worthing for their new 'Where's Your Head?' video

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Published: 5:41 pm, July 16, 2020
NOISY mill about Worthing for their new 'Where's Your Head?' video

NOISY have shared their new single, 'Where's Your Head?'.

A song about looking out for your mates, it arrives right after the Worthing newcomers have been confirmed as one of the support acts on Yungblud's upcoming spring 2021 UK tour, alongside Wargasm, KennyHoopla and Dylan.

“‘Where’s Your Head?’ is a song about looking after your mates and trying to understand what they’re going through if they’re having a hard time," says Cody. "It’s about living for Friday night, but remembering to check in on your mates on Saturday morning.

"With the subject being quite close to home we wanted to shoot the video all around our hometown Worthing, going to all the places where we’ve met and hung out through the years of knowing each other.”

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