Noah Finn Adams, known professionally as Noahfinnce (stylised in all caps), is a British singer-songwriter and YouTuber.[2]

Noahfinnce
Adams in 2022
Adams in 2022
Background information
Born (1999-08-18) 18 August 1999 (age 24)
Ascot, England
Genres
Occupation(s)
  • Singer-songwriter
  • YouTuber
Instruments
  • Vocals
  • guitar
  • bass
  • drums
  • ukulele
Years active2018–present
LabelsHopeless Records
Websitenoahfinnce.com
YouTube information
Channel
Genres
  • Music
  • LGBTQIA+
  • commentary
Subscribers922K[1]
Total views115 Million[1]

Last updated: 24 November 2023

Biography edit

Early life edit

Adams was raised in Ascot, England. His interest in music began when he was a young child. His father introduced him to bands such as Nirvana, the Foo Fighters, and The Prodigy. The first band he can remember falling in love with is Busted. They inspired him to play guitar, although he only received an acoustic guitar at the time.[3] During his teenage years, he became more involved in the pop punk and emo scene, looking up to bands such as My Chemical Romance, Pierce the Veil, and Neck Deep. He attended many different concerts, meeting many of his best friends while doing so.[4][5]

YouTube edit

Adams initially posted singing covers on Instagram. In 2015 he started posting his covers to his YouTube channel "Triggerwarningrat" as Instagram imposed a 15-second limit on videos at the time.[4] As his channel grew, he began posting more vlog content alongside his covers. In 2017, Adams used the platform to come out as transgender and shared his transition journey, posting regular testosterone and top surgery updates. In 2018, Adams released his first original single, "Asthma Attack", posting a music video on YouTube. Adams now posts content discussing LGBTQ+ topics alongside his covers and original music videos.[6] On the 9th April 2024, Adams posted 'HOW GROWING UP ON THE INTERNET RUINED MY LIFE (DOCUMENTARY)', a 19 minute video talking about his album and how his life was affected by him 'growing up on the internet'.

Signing to Hopeless Records edit

On 19 November 2020, Adams announced he had been signed to Hopeless Records. The announcement was accompanied by the release of the song "Life's A Bit", with the music video published the same day on his YouTube channel.[7]

Personal life edit

Adams publicly came out as a transgender man in 2017 and as bisexual in 2020.[8][9] When Adams came out as transgender, he said "It came to the time when I was gonna start testosterone and things were gonna change very rapidly. So I decided I was going to come out and because I had already had an audience, people were asking a lot of questions and that realized that I could help people that were going through a similar thing to me."[10] In 2021, he was diagnosed with ADHD.[11] In 2022, he revealed he was lactose intolerant, and in a 2024 interview, he mentioned having been recently diagnosed with autism.[12]

Discography edit

EPs edit

Albums edit

Singles edit

List of singles, showing year released and album name
Title Year Album
"Asthma Attack" 2018[16][17] Non-album singles
"Underachiever" 2020
"Life's a Bit" Stuff from My Brain
"Stupid" 2021
"parents" (feat. Doll Skin) Non-album single
"Mind Blank No Thoughts" Stuff from My Brain
"Kickin Trash"
"Weirdos"
"Pity"
"Worms in My Brain" 2022 My Brain After Therapy
"After Therapy" (feat. Hot Mulligan)
"Tell Me That You're Okay"
"Chasing Daylight"
"I Just Won't Care"
"Better Days"
"La La La" Non-album singles
"No Point Pretending (Song For Tour)" (feat. Bears in Trees) 2023[18]
"I Know Better" "Growing Up On The Internet"
"Growing Up On The Internet"
"Scumbag"
"3 Day Headache" 2024

Adams is featured on the EP for "(Not a) Love Song" and "SEWN SHUT", having only contributed to the first, both by SOAP, previously known as The Tyne, released in January 2023, and also featured on the single "Today" by Rare Americans, released in November 2023.

Tours edit

NOAHFINNCE Debut tour edit

Adams' debut tour was in September 2021, with 4 shows total in Southampton, Manchester, Bristol, and London. Supporting him were Bears in Trees, The Oozes, and Soap [19]

US Tour 2022 edit

In March 2022, Adams announced that he would be going on tour across America with Sophie Powers in May and June of that year. He played a total of 19 shows, 8 of which were sold out. Adams' second EP, "MY BRAIN AFTER THERAPY", was released in the midst of the tour.[20]

Anatomy of a Rat UK Tour edit

Originally planned for January 2022, the tour was postponed until September due to COVID-19, with one show in May. This allowed many dates to get upgraded venues and/or additional dates. Supporting him were Sophie Powers and The Oozes. He played to his biggest crowd in Manchester with over 800 in the audience. [21]

US Tour 2023 edit

In December 2022, Adams announced his second US tour, planned for the spring of 2023 with Bears in Trees and Action/Adventure. There were 22 shows scheduled across the US and one show in Canada.[22]

US Tour 2024 edit

In March 2024, Adams embarked on a tour in support of his recently released album "Growing Up On The Internet". He was supported by TX2, Teenage Joans, and Chase Petra who later dropped out due to health issues.[23]

Awards and nominations edit

Year Award Category Result
2019 Shorty Awards LGBTQ+ Account Nominated[24]
2022 Blogosphere Awards Vlogger of the Year Won[25]

References edit

  1. ^ a b "About NOAHFINNCE". YouTube.
  2. ^ "Meet NOAHFINNCE: The YouTuber bringing joyful chaos to pop-punk's new wave". Kerrang. 5 October 2021. Archived from the original on 28 October 2022. Retrieved 6 January 2023.
  3. ^ Serra, Maria (2 September 2021). "NOAHFINNCE on self-care, trans rights and Gen Z activism". Alternative Press Magazine.
  4. ^ a b "On the Rise: NOAHFINNCE". The Line of Best Fit. Retrieved 10 January 2023.
  5. ^ "Meet NOAHFINNCE: the viral pop-punk act signed to Hopeless Records". GAY TIMES. 2 February 2022. Retrieved 10 January 2023.
  6. ^ "Hear new Hopeless Records signee NOAHFINNCE rock out in "Life's A Bit"". Alternative Press. 19 November 2020. Retrieved 7 January 2023.
  7. ^ "NOAHFINNCE Signs To Hopeless Records, Releases New Video For Life's A Bit". Kerrang. 19 November 2020. Retrieved 7 January 2023.
  8. ^ COMING OUT AS TRANSGENDER, retrieved 10 January 2023
  9. ^ I THINK I'M BISEXUAL.. | NOAHFINNCE, retrieved 10 January 2023
  10. ^ "Meet NOAHFINNCE: the viral pop-punk act signed to Hopeless Records". GAY TIMES. 2 February 2022. Retrieved 7 March 2023.
  11. ^ Serra, Maria (2 September 2021). "NOAHFINNCE on self-care, trans rights and Gen Z activism". Alternative Press Magazine. Retrieved 10 January 2023.
  12. ^ Tate, Logan (8 March 2024). "NOAHFINNCE Wrote The Most Emo Song On 'GROWING UP ON THE INTERNET' From The Toilet". Idobi Radio Network. Retrieved 11 March 2024.
  13. ^ "NOAHFINNCE - STUFF FROM MY BRAIN Lyrics and Tracklist". Genius. Retrieved 6 January 2023.
  14. ^ "NOAHFINNCE on 'My Brain After Therapy': "It's important to really look inside yourself"". Alternative Press. 18 May 2022. Archived from the original on 11 November 2022. Retrieved 6 January 2023.
  15. ^ "NOAHFINNCE - GROWING UP ON THE INTERNET Lyrics and Tracklist". Genius. Retrieved 11 March 2024.
  16. ^ NOAHFINNCE – Asthma Attack, retrieved 10 January 2023
  17. ^ ""I don't want to write a happy song because I'm not that happy right now": Interview with NoahFinnce". The Glasgow Guardian. 14 October 2022.
  18. ^ "NOAHFINNCE has teamed up with Bears In Trees for a new single". upsetmagazine.com. 17 March 2023.
  19. ^ "Noahfinnce". Gigseekr.
  20. ^ @noahfinnce (1 March 2022). "Noah Adams (23🤪) on Instagram" – via Instagram.
  21. ^ @noahfinnce (22 March 2022). "Noah Adams (23🤪) on Instagram" – via Instagram.
  22. ^ @noahfinnce (14 December 2022). "Noah Adams (23🤪) on Instagram" – via Instagram.
  23. ^ "NOAHFINNCE confirms spring 2024 U.S. headline tour". Kerrang!. 11 December 2023. Retrieved 2 May 2024.
  24. ^ "Noah Finnce - The Shorty Awards". shortyawards.com. Retrieved 10 January 2023.
  25. ^ "The Blogosphere Awards 2022 #BlogosphereAwards2022". Blogosphere. Retrieved 10 January 2023.

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