Noah Evan Wilson is a Brooklyn based singer-songwriter known for his poetic lyrics and rich acoustic arrangements. His first single, Lost in Seoul, was released in October of 2017, introducing his poetic lyrical style and unique blend of classic Americana and contemporary music. Following Lost in Seoul, he released a four track collection of songs and spoken word titled Rewild, and a live EP performed at the iconic New York City venue, The Bitter End. Noah's debut album, Desert Cities, was released in two parts in the spring and autumn of 2019, alongside a collection of unique and personalized live recordings cut straight to vinyl in partnership with Leesta Vall Sound Recordings. In 2021, he released his follow-up, The View From The Ground - EP. On each of his studio records Noah arranges and performs every instrument including, guitars, banjo, lap-steel, bass, percussion and harmonica. As a writer, Noah's nonfiction has been published by the Soundshop Music Blog, and his fiction has been published by Prime Number Magazine and in the anthology Ten Ways the Animals Will Save Us by Retreat West Books.