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Noah Dillon Live Performance and Everything Melts EP

Friday 4th October / presented by Taylah Strano

Noah Dillon drops into the studio to chat with Taylah about the release of his EP 'Everything Melts' and deliver a beautiful live performance of his track "In Death We're Animals".

Catch him tonight at The Bird with Siobhan Cotchin, Moth and Phoneline Valentine @ 8pm and tomorrow performing at the Reclink Community Cup.

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