Animal Noise drop earthy and impactful new single ‘Fly’

Beginning to brew anticipation for their next full-length release, Fly is the first single taken from the band’s second album set for release in Spring 2018.

Utilizing the expertise of producer Tom Donovan’s recording techniques and mixed by Mark Rankin (Queens Of The Stone Age, Foster The People, Bloc Party), the new single fosters their organic and earthy sound, amalgamated with layers of contemporary production to create an immediate, long-lasting and impactful piece of experimental indie.

Responsible for the tantalizing vocals and impactful guitar lines, Josh Sandifer comments on the song, stating: “he sent this – To me, ‘Fly’ feels like an epic psyche-dream adventure. The music has a swirling, bouncing energy, and it conjured up feelings of urgency and ambition, which reminded me of a vivid dream I recently had where I was flying over a vast expanse of the ocean, towards a tremendously unreal sunset. I wrote the lyrics with those images in my mind“.

Animal Noise have had an impressive run on the UK summer festival season this year, with a string of arresting performances at Bestival, Boardmasters, Blue Dot, British Summer Time Festival, Fling, Standon Calling, Ramsbottom Festival, T In The Park and Wilkstock amongst others. To put the cherry on top, the band were also invited to play at the legendary Hammersmith Apollo ahead of an anniversary screening of David Bowie’s Ziggy Stardust & The Spiders From Mars Show live at the venue.

Their efforts have picked up love by key tastemakers including God Is In The TV, Louder Than War, Indie Band Guru and XS Noize, and the band have had no trouble turning heads amongst the press. Their previous single ‘Little Things’ from their EP enjoyed radio airplay from BBC 6 Music, Virgin Radio BBC Introducing, and SOHO Radio, with a healthy momentum building as appetite for new music from the trio continues to grow.

Quickly picking up steam, and with an ever-increasing array of champions behind them, Animal Noise evoke promises of a band who could be here to stay for a long time to come, reminding us all why we fell in love with alternative rock in the first place.


16/11 Stowmarket, John Peel Centre w/ Mighty Sands
18/11 Northampton, The Roadmender w/ The Undertones
24/11 London, Camden – The Monarch
01/12 Birmingham, Actress & The Bishop w/ Ember Weir
02/12 Colchester, Three Wise Monkeys