Noah Fabray - Don't Call Me Baby - Stereo Stickman

Noah Fabray Don’t Call Me Baby


From simple, retro keys to the full-throttle embrace of a multi-layered, riff-loaded soundscape, Noah Fabray leads with style and catchy hooks combined throughout the nostalgic and infectious new single Don’t Call Me Baby.

Somewhat timeless in its ultimate fusion of RnB qualities with the live-band, organic and festival-ready presence, the single utilises vocal details, horns, rhythms and an overall recognisable lead, to pave the way with confidence and style.

Noah Fabray’s vocal meanders effortlessly, holding close to a tone that’s authentic and easy to pinpoint, whilst mixing things up for clear eclecticism throughout the track’s three-minute seventeen lifespan.

Featuring an equally catchy, descending riff after the resolve of each hook, this dance-pop fusion has a hint of nineties swagger about it, yet the lyrics, the clarity and the ultimate sound of our protagonist all breathe new life into the modern music scene.

The rhythm is superb, every element plays its part in building an addictively uplifting arrangement, and meanwhile Noah tells this story of modern romance and self-empowerment in a relatable, likable way.

Grab the music here. Check out Noah Fabray on Facebook, TikTok, Instagram & the Website.

Rebecca Cullen

Founder & Editor

Founder, Editor, Musician & MA Songwriter

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