Tag: Noija

TRACK OF THE WEEK 22/07/18 – NOIJA – WALLFLOWER

Bringing an excellent debut ‘Colourblind’ in October 2017, Noija are now starting a chain of ‘re-imagined’ tracks, starting with this weeks track of the week ‘Wallflower’.

Re-imagined with a powerful stripped-back approach with emotion and complexity woven into every subtlety, this new life of a previous song lives up to its original. The simplistic, yet well timed video also helps add a visual, not too distracting, but fitting well with the track. Make sure to check out the video below.

Original approach:https://youtu.be/eRlJ998WfyQ

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EUPHORIA OF BREAKDOWN’S TOP TEN ALBUMS OF THE YEAR

2017, has been an interesting year for music, with bigger bands completely changing their style, bands producing less than average expected albums and rising bands putting out a variety of new music. With a magnitude of bands cropping up every month, sometimes it is hard to be discovered. This year, our top ten albums aren’t all from massive bands, but instead may be smaller bands debut’s that have truly been outstanding. So make sure to read our list of Euphoria Of Breakdown’s top ten albums of 2017. Continue reading “EUPHORIA OF BREAKDOWN’S TOP TEN ALBUMS OF THE YEAR”

TRACK OF THE WEEK 22/10/17 – NOIJA – CAN’T SLOW DOWN


This weeks track of the week goes to Swedish post-hardcore band Noija with their track ‘Can’t Slow Down’. With their debut album ‘Colorblind’ out now, the band definitely stand out with their approach to their music and how they incorporate various types of emotion into their tracks. Read our full review HERE! Continue reading “TRACK OF THE WEEK 22/10/17 – NOIJA – CAN’T SLOW DOWN”

NOIJA – COLORBLIND – REVIEW


Rising from the ashes of post-hardcore band Brighthaven, Swedish rock band Noija are on the verge of releasing their debut album ‘Colourblind’. After forming in 2016, the rock quartet have been working on their brand new album and are now on the verge of releasing their brand new work.

Through this album, Noija capture their own personal style throughout ‘Colorblind’, exploring their own style and pathways in Continue reading “NOIJA – COLORBLIND – REVIEW”