Listen Halfnoise share new track ‘Who Could You Be’

Halfnoise by Emma Swann
Photo: Emma Swann

Zac Farro and co. have followed up their previous ‘Flowerss’ EP with a brand new offering.

Having released their previous EP ‘Flowerss’ back in May last year, Zac Farro’s Halfnoise have returned with a brand new track.

Titled ‘Who Could You Be’, the band’s latest offering lands ahead of a slew of upcoming festival appearances, including slots at Live at Leeds and Hit The North over in the UK.

Speaking of the track itself, Farro has said: “There are very few moments in life where it feels like lightning strikes you and you cannot do anything besides react. ‘Who Could You Be’ was a lighting moment. Daniel our keyboard player and I went up to my studio in my house and I told him I had a riff, 4 hours later we had the song finished, music, lyrics and all. It all stems from initial reaction.”

Check out Halfnoise’s new track, and their upcoming live appearances, below.

MARCH
15 The Basement East, Nashville, TN
16 Grimey’s (in-store), Nashville, TN
21 Teragram Ballroom, Los Angeles, CA
28 Kinfolk (In Transit Photo Book Launch), Brooklyn, NY
29 Market Hotel, Brooklyn, NY

MAY
04 Live At Leeds, Leeds, UK
05 Hit The North, Newcastle, UK
07 Eastbound, Dublin, IRL
24 BottleRock, Napa, CA
31 Bunbury, Cincinnati, OH

JUNE
21 Firefley, Dover, DE
27 Electric Forrest, Montague, MI

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