Most Favourite: Sugababes
 
Search:
 

 

About The Noisettes
Shoniwa, Smith and Morrison all went to the BRIT School for Performing Arts and Technology, Croydon. Noisettes started taking shape in 2003 when Shoniwa and Smith, both from the band Sonarfly, began writing songs and playing with drummer Jamie Morrison. Jamie Morrison was previously involved in several acts like Living With Eating Disorders, Willis, Jaywalk Buzz etc. The band began performing around London and quickly developed somewhat of a reputation for their high energy live performances. Noisettes also began to gather interesting reviews including in an article from USA Today’s article on the British music scene, which mentioned, “The incendiary Shingai Shoniwa leads this London blues-punk band, known for its feral and explosive live show.”

After working on it for two years following the band’s inception, their debut album What’s the Time Mr. Wolf? The album was released on Vertigo records in the UK in 2005 and made it to #75 on the UK Albums Charts and spawned singles like IWE, Scratch Your Name, Sister Rosetta (Capture The Spirit), and the last single the Count of Monte Cristo. Despite its lukewarm success, the band still managed to create a stir and get positive critical reviews.

In 2008, Noisettes, along with several other acts like Paul Weller, Andy Rourke from The Smiths, Graham Coxon and Supergrass, among others, performed at Camden’s Roundhouse in March 2008. The bands performed an exclusive version of a specially written track apart from their own respective material, in aid of a homelessness charity known as Crisis Consequences.

Early in 2009, the bands single Don’t Upset the Rhythm was featured in an advertisement for Mazda 2. The single was from Wild Young Hearts, Noisettes’ second album, which was released shortly after the single. The album peaked at #7 on UK album Charts. Don’t Upset the Rhythm made it to number 2 on the UK Singles Chart. Wild Young Things, the first single from the album to be released is supposedly to feature in a Danone advert. The third single from the album Never Forget You peaked on UK charts at #20.

The band has toured extensively both in Europe and the US. They have also supported acts like Muse and are slated to open for Lady Gaga’s Fame Ball Tour. The band has also performed on TV several times for shows like BBC 1’s Jonathan Ross Show, and The Wendy Williams Show. Their music has been used in TV shows such as The Sopranos and Bionic Woman.


The Noisettes Ringtones:


Sorry we are in the process of adding The Noisettes Ringtones which should be very soon!
Copyright 2002 - 2011 © Ringtones UK. All rights reserved.
Today's new artists:
Bon Jovi | Chris Brown | Kasabian | Snow Patrol


A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | X | Y | Z |

Ringtones UK is a ringtone portal where we as a company finds the required ringtone which ever country you are located in, RingtonesUK does not take money off any users, once we find the required ringtone you will be transfer to a 3rd party company where you will sign up to their terms and conditions

All the ringtones on this site are real artist ringtones

Contact us: info@ringtonesuk.com