Like a soft hug from a hoodied friend, noti. have risen from Melbourne to deliver an album that filled with delicious, marshmallow-like, melting moments. The self-titled album is an impressive debut that flows beautifully with it’s delicate intricacy and endearing depth.
Rick Berry and Craig Kemp obviously work well together, because their sound clicks into a perfect slow groove from the opening track, You Took Me There to the beautiful closer, Hold me Close, featuring the lovely voice of Ronyo. There’s a cautious feeling of tentativeness on this album that feels like it’s holding itself back, but also keeps you wanting more.
Berry’s voice transitions from a raspy blues on K.i.S.S. to sultry smooth on Walking Bones. This is music perfect for a cold winter’s day when all you want to do, is wrap yourself in a blanket, sip your hot cocoa and bliss out.
noti. have released their brand new video for the first track on the album, You Took Me There. It’s a literal slow-burner of a song that will seep into your ears like a soft hum, with a warming clip to accompany it from Tim Wilson.