Austen Nobles and Tahir Show Strong Chemistry On “Grand Budapest” Austen Nobles doesn’t seem to know how to make subpar music. Grand Budapest is his
Austen Nobles has been one of the most consistent artists I’ve been listening to recently and his latest track Miss Me is another example of his talent. The emotional, downcast vibe the track brings is accentuated by Noble’s catchy vocals and melancholy production. An original adaptation of The Day I Left Womb by Escape The Fate, this track also highlights Noble’s diverse array of musical influences. Check out Miss Me below.