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Single Review: Noah and the Whale – ‘Waiting For My Chance To Come’

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Noah and the Whale have had a fantastic year following the release of the bands latest record, Last Night On Earth. Already having spawned the infectiously popular singles Tonight’s The Kind Of Night, Life Is Life and the incredible L.I.F.E.G.O.E.S.O.N the foursome set sail once again with the release of the albums fourth single, Waiting For My Chance To Come.

NoahAndTheWhaleWaitingForMyFollowing along the same lines as its predecessor, Waiting For My Chance To Come is full of the same string coated, hook heavy melodies that we have come to know and love Noah and the Whale for over the bands five year career.

The track jumps right into it from the get go with a quick picked guitar hook that is later taken over by a complimenting violin built over singer Charlie Fink’s rustic vocals and a memorable and progressive almost anthemic chorus.

Jam packed with optimism and hope Waiting For My Chance To Come is an uplifting addition to the bands single releases and kicks a pretty powerful punch. With its modern feel yet seemingly familiar elements of American folk Waiting For My Chance To Come is one of the bands most commercial and worldly releases to date and one that will further secure Noah and the Whales place within list of the UK’s indie-folk greats.