‘Everybody Gets Famous’ is the latest offering from Coventry’s Idle Noise, a much more melodic and sensitive follow up to their previous release, ‘Rapture’. Recorded at Yellow Arch Studios in Sheffield, the track is the ballad of a lost soul trying to find a way back to how things once were. Accompanied by soaring guitars and vocal harmonies, the song explains that not even fame can save some things.
“I’d do it for nothing just so I’m living for something” sings frontman Ben Brandist on ‘Everybody Gets Famous’ as the track oozes emotion and sincerity with each verse and chorus. With this track, Idle Noise highlight themselves as one of the big hitters in the currently booming Midlands scene. If everybody gets famous, then I’m sure Idle Noise will be amongst the best of them.
Catch Idle Noise live at hometown shows in Coventry on 17th August at The Empire and 30th August at Square One as well as an out of town show at The Leopard in Doncaster on September 7th.
Words: Curtis Cooper