Good Service is the moniker given to Nashville’s Noah Fardon. He’ll be releasing his debut LP, Please, later this month. “MaPaw” is the first taste of the LP and it will surely bring to mind images of Tame Impala and Panda Bear, with a slight hint of Caribou thrown in. It’s an absolute summer delight, musically. But dig a little deeper and you’ll find immensely visual lyrics.
Fardon teases us of so much more: a desperate and defeated return to Nashville; a New Jersey cemetery swelling under the billowing and pulpy heat of a midday in August; the misidentified shallot that brought him closer to Springsteen’s quiet side and the notion of chosen family; two deceptively quiet brushes with death in the sap and sweat of a New Orleans predawn; eight cats, a puppy, three drunk infants, “customer is king,” orange kouign amanns and spelt ciabatta…”If you want to know any of it…just ask!”, says Fardon. We’re asking, Noah. Tell us more!