Chris Noah’s “Red Light” Perfectly Captures The Pain And Emotions From Past Relationships
Indie-pop fans who love artists such as Bon Iver or Holly Humberstone need to give Chris Noah’s latest single, “Red Light,” a listen. The combination of Noah’s expressive vocals and the musical build-up to the chorus evokes the sadness of realizing the end of a romantic relationship.
“Red Light” starts off with acoustic guitar, which is then joined by Noah’s soft vocals as he sings, “I realize/We’re as thin as ice/Between love and hate/ I couldn’t separate/The past from the present/ I gave up my best friend.” As the chorus hits, Noah’s voice grows in passion as he sings, “Sleeping on the floor/ Wandering the corridors of my mind/Corridors of our time/You said it all/Now we’re just slamming doors left and right.” As he comes to terms with his part at the end of the relationship, Noah proclaims his apologies and regrets during the chorus over the instrumental filled with slow crashing drum beats and melodic acoustic guitar riffs.
Overall, “Red Light” showcases Chris Noah’s ability to blend indie rock with catchy pop melodies. His lyrics and vocals, combined with acoustic guitar rhythms, emphasize the authenticity of his music which captivates the listener as he shares these emotional moments.
Listen to “Red Light” below:
“Red Light” is one single off of Chris Noah’s latest EP Red Light, alongside the popular “Sun Boy.” Based in Riga, Latvia, Noah emerged onto the music scene in 2016 with his second single, “You,” which helped him rise to popularity in his home country. Although his debut EP What About Tomorrow? received notable recognition in Latvia, Chris Noah didn’t gain international acclaim until his self-released singles, River and Fall Through.