Noble Son shares the tale of a Sad Dumb Lovesick Young Kid in his latest single and live video — showcasing today on Tinnitist.
The latest preview of the Fort St. John folk outlier’s upcoming album Life Isn’t Fun, Sad Dumb Lovesick Young Kid illustrates the veins of anxiety, self-pity, obsessive joy and rage that run though the uniquely eruptive work of singer/songwriter, actor, and voice artists Adam Kirschner.
Recorded at Afterlife Studios in Vancouver, Life Isn’t Fun is his most ambitious work to date, displaying sonic and stylistic ingenuity that walk the line between subtly endearing and unbridled animalism. Out May 15, the album features contributions from Erik Nielsen (We Are The City, Deep Dark Woods), Andrew Rasmussen (Hey, Ocean!, Hannah Georgas), Alex Dobson (Old Man Canyon, David Beckingham) and more.
Kirschner is an internationally recognized voice artist who has lent his talents to cartoons and commercials for a host of household-name brands. He’s also an accomplished television and film actor, and has been seen on shows such as iZombie and Woke.