Noah Gundersen is an indie-folk singer-songwriter that was born in Seattle on May 31, 1989. Gundersen started playing music at the age of 10, but he would not start performing live shows until 2005. Noah Gundersen was formally the lead singer of the band The Courage, but he has been a solo artist since 2008. Noah Gundersen released his first solo extended play, "Brand New World", in June 2008. "Brand New World" featured six original songs. His sister played the violin and sang backup vocals on the EP, as well. He would release another EP, "Saints & Liars", in October 2009. The second EP featured another six songs that were performed with Gundersen's sister Abby. After taking some time to record an album with The Courage, Noah Gundersen would release his third solo extended play, "Family", in August 2011. "Family" would feature seven brand new songs with Gundersen once again performing with his sister. "Family" was praised by the music critics for blending folk, country and rock elements into each song. Noah gained new fans after several of the songs on "Family" were featured on the television show "Sons of Anarchy". After performing as a solo artist for over six years, Noah Gundersen would finally release his first full-length studio album, "Ledges", in February of 2014. In addition to his sister Abby, several other of Noah Gundersen's family members were featured on the album. "Ledges" was well received positively by nearly every major music critic upon its release.