He auditioned and joined the music project 'Wild Life FM' in 2015, a show for teenagers run by teenagers, directed by CAMPO arts in Ghent, Belgium. The show toured around the UK and Europe, impressing audiences across the continent.
Firstly addressing the relationship between teenage anxiety and songwriting, followed by challenging the traditional and even progressive status quo through original music.
After collaborating with duo CODIC on his first two singles 'Seventeen' and 'Astronaut', Noah has finally releasied his third single of the year 'Lift Off' on Friday 4th October, completing the trilogy of songs released in 2019. 'Lift Off' will signify letting go of a toxic relationship, i.e. forgive but don't forget.
Noah Horne has a magical twist, he plays the harp and mixes it with his pop-influenced sound.
Born in London, bred in Norfolk, he was surrounded by strong communities with the desire to bond and unite over music. Horne, however, grew up surrounded by lots of people telling him what he must do and how he must think. He had other plans.
Before relocating back to London in 2016, Noah started to develop his sound across arts venues in Norwich including the BBC Radio 1 Academy Open Mic with Huw Stephens.
"Fresh and so uplifting...his take on music is brilliant" - Buzz Music LA.
"The best thing to come out of London" - Talk About Pop Music.
"Delightful" - Maddy Costa, The Guardian, Deliq.