Nashville-based musician & producer Zac Farro AKA HALFNOISE is excited to announce a new song titled ‘Flowerss’ apart of what will be his new forthcoming EP under the same name via May 4th. ‘Flowerss’ is an exciting dive into the grungy and raw elements of the more recent band shows. The new music comes on the heels of his 2nd SOLD OUT show in London, and will see the band performing at Soda Bar in San Diego, The Echo in Los Angeles, The Observatory in Santa Ana, and The Independent in San Francisco between March 11th and 14th.
As the drummer for Paramore, Zac’s focus on strong rhythmical and percussive movements is only superseded by his attention to melody and the classic warm-tones he explores with HALFNOISE. Proven to be a prolific artist over the past several years, he released the Sudden Feeling LP in 2016, followed closely by 2017’s The Velvet Face EP – both of which drew praise from the likes of Billboard, Brooklyn Vegan, Paper Magazine, and more. “It’s especially indebted to bands like The Beach Boys, and The Beatles at their most psychedelic,” says Noisey, while The FADER commends HALFNOISE’s ability to weave “surf-rock's friendly intimacy with the broad, borderless horizons of psychedelia.”
“I just love playing music so it's incredibly validating to finally have a project that's not only a true expression of my spirit but one that I'm proud of from both a musical and emotional perspective,” Farro summarizes. “I just can't wait to share these songs with people because I couldn't be happier with the way that they turned out and I hope they feel the same way, too.”