Noah Solt’s ‘Dawn’ Is A Powerful Listen

The Colorado singer-songwriter inches towards his debut full-length body of work, 'Big Water'...

Noah Solt has shared his latest single ‘Dawn’, released via Starita Records.

A radiant offering from the Colorado singer-songwriter, the track embarks on a journey of empowerment and self-discovery. At first warm and stripped-back, the production grows into momentous guitar solos and big, tumbling drum sections, leaning into a more gritty instrumentation that carries hints of rock and indie. Speaking on the record, producer Starita taps into his creative process: “I wanted Noah’s vocals to sound as if he was screaming from a mountain top. The yodelling quality that we built upon at the end is similar to other productions I’ve done with an artist from the Gansu area of China near Tibet.”

Spending much of his time overseas as a sailor, Solt finds comfort in the vast unknown. Drawing inspiration from his travels, the artist’s upcoming debut album ‘Big Water’ offers a unique experience, flitting between chamber pop and heavier acoustics. Amplified through the success of his last string of singles, the seasoned guitarist continues to connect with new crowds from across the globe.

From start to finish, ‘Dawn’ exudes a freeing energy, a transcendent listen from the multi-faceted riser.

Speaking on the track, Solt expands: “I began writing this song while sailing across the Atlantic ocean…The song is a metaphor about human nature – the brightest sun casts the darkest shadow, and the darkest night has the most beautiful stars. Life is filled with contrast and challenges; there is beauty and value in both the light and dark moments.”

Tune in now.

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