Don't Upset The Rhythm video from The Noisettes
The Noisettes single 'Don't Upset The Rhythm' was the first from their sophomore release 'Wild Young Hearts' released 20th April 09 through Vertigo Records, the record was produced by Jim Abbiss (Arctic Monkeys, Stateless, Kasabian).
Released two years on from their debut 'What's The Time Mr Wolf?', The Noisettes really wanted to make a drastic change of direction with their new record, starting out as an indie rock group, The Noisettes new direction sees them embracing more of a pop edge.
Don't Upset The Rhythm was the perfect return anthem for The Noisettes, it received much radio play and was also featured on the advert for the new Mazda.
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