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Single Review : Noble Jonson – The Freaks Shall Inherit the Earth

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Review by Damien Doherty for MPM

“Who is Noble Jonson?, Ask yo’ Mama!” is the tagline on his Facebook profile! Although it’s not a secret to those in the know that Noble is the alter-ego of the multi-talented Matt Wilson who many will recognise as the singer and bassist for Brian Downeys Alive and Dangerous, and former singer of Northern Irish band The Dead Presidents.

The Freaks Shall Inherit the Earth is the lead single from Nobel’s first album which was recorded at Analogue Catalogue studios outside Newry. And what a debut offering it is, a solid retro seventies funk/soul rocker of a tune. Matt’s unique vocals are superbly accompanied by a funky bassline, charging distorted effect laden guitars, sci-fi inspired keyboard sounds, and a solid drum groove that Purdie would be proud of.

There’s also a wonderful 50’s style science fiction video creation by Project Photon Productions to accompany the single, with Noble transformed into the 50ft man whom the military attempt to take down with an equally lofty robot controlled by a boot-polish sniffing pilot. Check it out on YouTube now!

The Freaks Shall Inherit the Earth is out now on Dux Bellorum Records and available for your aural pleasure on all the usual platforms. Look out for the upcoming album release because with this as an appetiser it’s sure to be something special!

Vocals: Noble Jonson
Bass: Thomas Alford
Guitars: Tom Downey
Drums: Henrique Franco
Synth: John Wilson

noblejonson.com

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