With new single out and a debut live show, there is much for new band Noprism to look forward to. With lyrics musing on dystopian political agendas and the indoctrinating power of propaganda Order draws much interest, and the band spoke with The Fountain about the reception to the track and their plans for the forthcoming future.

TF: You have a new single out, what has the reception been like to Order?

Yeah, it’s been received well, our sound has kind of moved on since our first few singles and Order is the most club-ready song yet. People have commented that it has an Underworld disco feel to it. You can dance to it… if you’re that way inclined.

TF: How would you sum up the track in one sentence?

Brexit, acted out by The Royal Shakespeare Company and condensed into 3 mins and 51 seconds.

TF: What is your plan for the remainder of the year, I note a live gig?

Hopefully, that gig will happen. We started NOPRISM, then lockdown happened about two weeks after our first release. It’s been a frustrating start to the band if we’re being perfectly honest. 

We plan to put out an EP around September and we want to tour later in the year, providing the new Grimsby variant hasn’t surfaced.

TF: How did you form the name Noprism?

We wanted it to be the new -ism. Marxism, Leninism… Noprism.

Noprism are performing in Little Buildings, Newcastle on 31st July, for more info and tickets click here