Song of the week: ‘Dying Now’ by Noah Gunderson

The first time I saw Seattle’s Noah Gunderson perform was at Doe Bay Fest this summer and I was blown away by his voice and his ability to craft such beautiful songs. I got to see him twice that weekend. Once at his scheduled set on stage and once at midnight under an apple tree. Since then I have been a little obsessed.

It has been a couple of weeks since we have had a song of the week, and that’s not exactly because I have been slacking. I just haven’t really had anything jump out at me. Then I saw this new video from Noah and his sister Abby for their song “Dying Now” and I just had to share.

This video is part of the new Protosong project. We will get into what Protosong is all about next week when I chat with their founder, but for now enjoy this great tune from some great local artists.

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