Born and raised in South Carolina, Americana/Soul singer-songwriter, Noah Guthrie found fame covering chart-topping hits as well as through his role as Roderick Meeks on the television show, Glee. Guthrie, who is steadily building a reputation as one of the most powerful new voices in music, recently released his new single, "Pardon Me."
Co-written with Matthew Perryman Jones, "Pardon Me" relates the end of a relationship, where one not only wants, but needs, to know that their time spent together wasn't for nothing. Guthrie's incredibly soulful, emotive and intense vocal delivery has you not only hearing every word, but feeling them as well.
"Say that you wanted me.
Even after the fall.
Say that you needed me after all.
Lie to me and I play my part.
The pain is sweet when it's disguised as art.
Finally, I'm breaking it down.
I am just another jewel in your crown."
"Pardon Me" will be on Guthrie's new album, coming later this year.