Truthfully, I questioned the merit of Noah's "Airport Bar" when I first listened to it in full. It's jokes — it's just plain silly, but truthfully, that's what makes it such a playful song. The visuals and vocals are eponymous: you have Noah sitting in a bar singing out his feelings waiting to catch a flight. It's a pretty simple concept. And the director, Michael Gray, also deserves to be mentioned because the video complements the song's narrative perfectly. The whole thing is embarrassingly fun (especially the Willy Wonka flip), and I'll have to remember to pay attention to Noah's music from here on out. Seriously, I didn't even realize I heard this song months ago on a mix until I saw the video and talked about it with the homie, TEFRONDON.