Jonny Pierce is back at the helm.
Brooklyn-based indie-rockers The Drums have confirmed they will return to Australia for a short run of headline shows this November and December, backed by their newly released third studio album Encyclopedia. The Drums last toured Australia in 2012 as part of Laneway Festival, and played sideshows with Cults whilst in the country. Since then, founding
Brooklyn-based indie pop outfit The Drums have worked consistently since their formation in 2008, releasing two studio albums amongst several EPs. However, next year the frontman of the band, Jonny Pierce, will be releasing his own solo album as he moves in a slightly alternative direction to that of his previous collaborative works with the
More funny stuff from St. Jerome’s Laneway Festival in Sydney. While we were interviewing The Drums, Twin Shadow decided he wanted to get in on the action.
I Oh You have announced some East Coast parties with The Drums (DJ set) who will be out here touring on the Laneway 2012 lineup, and The Bleeding Knees Club. Since hitting radio waves, The Drums have had indie lovers swirling and swaying for more. Their first hit single came with the release of I
The Drums guitarist Jacob Graham has revealed he’s been attending Quaker meetings and has been involved with the religious group for a year.
It’s been a drama-filled couple of years for The Drums … Adam Kessler’s departure from the seminal ‘surf band’ of 3 in 2010 was followed soon after by an almost complete dis-banding/ break-up. Since then, it’s been a long haul to get The Drums‘ second release out to the masses but despite the pain –
Two of the most talked about bands of the past 12 months, The Drums and Cults will join forces for Australian Tour dates in Early 2012. Both bands will co-headline their own shows on the back of their appearance and the St Jerome’s Laneway Festival 2012 line up. View All 2012 St Jerome’s Laneway Sideshows
The Drums have released the video forMoney, the first single from their new album Portamento. The official release date for the album is September 12 and Money will be released on September 5 but you can view it online now. The video features filmed band rehearsals cut with footage of the band walking around Brooklyn.
Youthful New Yorkers and indie favourites The Drums have announced details of their second album, with Portamento set to come out on September 12.
2010 was a good year for The Drums, what with the Brooklyn band’s self-titled debut album affording them a degree of mainstream exposure to complement their extreme hipster cool. They return to Australia in the autumn for a nine-date jaunt around the island, with five shows as part of the Groovin’ The Moo regional festival.
The Drums, Dubbed ‘New York’s official coolest new band’ by NME have announced headline shows in Sydney and Melbourne in June.