Melbourne singer-songwriter Noah Earp has made a home-made video using his hometown environment for his new song ‘The Raw and the Cooked’.
“I thought it’d be cool to grab some GoPros and film an extremely untalented person making an absolute mockery of themselves and the sport,” Noah said in a statement. “I thought the album was serious enough…I have a habit of doing music videos myself. It’s not generally advised, but I like learning about filmmaking, and I’d rather learn about it by jumping in and giving it a shot.”
‘The Raw and the Cooked’ is from the forthcoming Noah Earp album ‘Disinheritor’, due 28 October.
“The Raw and the Cooked is about a person who is trapped in a bad scene. At first she seems really cynical, but actually, the cynicism masks a certain naivete,” he said. “We all have this to some extent – nothing is too neat and nobody’s perfect. I liked the idea of a love song that wasn’t…in the end, this pretty love song fragments into a million pieces because life is scary and chaotic.”
Noah Earp will launch Disinheritor with a full band at an exclusive gig at renowned Melbourne venue The Toff in Town on October 27.