By Bad Seed
Indie-folkers Noah and the Whale performed live at the legendary Roundhouse, Camden’s cultural venue for live music, theatre and dance on Sunday, 24th July 2011, to an excited crowd of Rock ‘n’ Roll fans. Indie lovers especially were treated to tracks from their new album, 'Last Night On Earth', which unlike their first two albums themed on love and loss, is about hope and living life to the full. Songs 'L.I.F.E.G.O.E.S.O.N.', 'Wild Thing' and 'The Line' are beautiful ballads that signify the different sound and direction the Twickenham five-piece have taken. Charlie, Doug, Urby, Fred and Tom are still riding high following the success of their second album First Days Of Spring. It was a night of beautiful sombre and uplifting music,played with genuine emotion that makes everybody love them. WinkBall citizen video reporters were asking fans how they think the band has change since they first came on the scene in 2006 until now, what they like about the band and their highlights of the evening.-WinkBall talks to Noah and the Whale fans
Their forthcoming album 'Sea Of Memories' is released on September 27. This teaser has been photographed, directed and edited by Pallers' Henrik Mårtensson.
Official music video for the track Mi habitacion by Christina Rosenvinge.