The U.K.-based 21-year-old singer Noah Adams can truly do it all. He has incredibly loud vocals that channel grunge royalty Kurt Cobain and Britain’s sweetheart YUNGBLUD, and he pairs his voice with his insane guitar, ukulele and drum skills.
Life can be a bit… but today we are just so excited to be welcoming @noahfinnadams to the Hopeless fam!!
— Hopeless Records (@hopelessrecords) November 19, 2020
NOAHFINNCE is making his Hopeless Records debut with a brand-new single and music video for “Life’s A Bit.” Aside from showing off his musical talents, he shares his unique sense of humor through old baby photos, goofy animations and creative uses of a green screen.
“The song is about life beating you up [and] not being able to understand your emotions, let alone express them,” the singer says. “Life is chaos. It’s only fair that you are, too.”
His black eye and bloody nose donned in the video also illustrate this notion. Check out NOAHFINNCE’s new song and music video for “Life’s A Bit” below.
Though he just signed to a new label, Adams isn’t new to the spotlight. Prior to this, he released an equally boisterous and heavy-hitting alternative track “Underachiever,” which amassed nearly 600,000 Spotify streams in a matter of months.
His music debut actually came in 2018 with the delicate acoustic track “Asthma Attack,” featuring him and his ukulele, which now has more than 4 million Spotify listens.
Beyond being a powerful voice for Gen Z kids who are sick and tired of traditional beliefs and status quo, he’s also an LGBTQIA+ advocate who shares his own story of transitioning on Snapchat and YouTube with his 500,000-plus subscribers.
Since starting his YouTube channel in late 2015, Adams has used the platform to detail his trans journey and talk about LGBTQIA+ issues.