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Noah Fence’s ‘Clutch’ is the perfectly orchestrated dark bop he deserves

Every couple of weeks I type Noah Fence‘s name into Spotify to get injected with a dose of four perfect pop songs he put out as a kid in Perth over a year ago. I have been craving new shit. And now we have it.

Noah’s got an intrinsic sensibility for what makes great pop music & great popstars. He’s extremely self-aware, extremely vulnerable & extremely honest. He balances a unique line of being the sort of popstar that could make something one night and put it out the next morning, and the kinda artist who’d tweak things til they’re within an inch of their life. Everything feels calculated and effortless at once. I don’t quite know how he does it.

Clutch is dark, hot, gritty and anthemic – with an air of it being just the start of a new set of bops about to impact.


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