Scott Weiland’s Son Noah Forces Himself To Move On

Even though he’s just 22 years old, the son of the late rocker Scott Weiland, Noah has gone through a lot in the last few years. The former Suspect208 singer recently released his new solo single, ‘Good Riddance & Goodbye,’ featuring rapper Slayloverboy. The song is vulnerable in every sense of the word, where the singer shares his story of loss and addiction.

“I wrote the song about having to force myself to move on from the love of my life due to substance use in the past,” Noah Weiland said to iHeartRadio about his latest track. “I’m past that point in my life.” Unfortunately, like his late father, Noah also struggled with drug addiction, but he has been sober for a while, as he recently revealed.

After parting ways with Suspect208 in 2021, where he played with Tye Trujillo, son of Metallica’s Robert Trujillo, and London Hudson, son of Guns N’ Roses’ Slash, he decided to embark on his solo journey. Throughout his journey, the singer’s sound has without question been compared to his late father’s band Stone Temple Pilots. However, Noah had clarified that his music was completely different, and he was concentrated on his recovery from addiction.

It seems his focus has paid off as his latest track, in his words, shows that ‘he’s past that point’ in his life and is ready for his next chapter in music. If you aren’t familiar with Weiland’s solo career, this track might give you a brief look back into who he was and how he got out of his addiction after losing the love of his life as a consequence. We should be ready for new material from the singer, as it might actually come sooner than we predict.