Drool – Misery

Written by Laura Day ‘Misery’ is Drool’s latest, and final tease, from their upcoming EP ‘Songs for The Sad Kidz’. Widely anticipated by many a Drool fool, we were not disappointed. It’s bloody delicious. Beginning with languid chords that are reminiscent of Nirvana’s ‘Come As You Are’, the listener is absorbed into a narrative whereContinue reading “Drool – Misery”

Drool – Transmission Commission

To whet our appetites for the release of their (brilliantly titled) ‘Songs for the Sad Kids’ EP, London boys Drool take yet another step up, exploring adventurous new frontiers of their slinky grunge-pop stylings with ‘Transmission Commission’: an ominous sounding indie rock tune communicating a sense of foreboding and gripping anxiety through art rock guitarsContinue reading “Drool – Transmission Commission”

Drool – Teenage Skin

Written by Laura Day Drool’s long awaited single, ‘Teenage Skin’, comes off the back of successful UK shows and follows their ‘Runaway EP’ released June 2021. And, as always, the boys have smashed it. ‘Teenage Skin’ is a beautiful sonnet dedicated to nostalgic yearnings for youth. However, more than that, it acknowledges the emotional complexityContinue reading “Drool – Teenage Skin”

Drool, The Young, Ocean Flaws, Lyena – This Feeling, Kings Cross Water Rats, London – 10/09/2021

You join us on a hot and sweaty Friday night at Kings Cross Water Rats in late summer for, what is for many attendees and performers, the first live gig after COVID-19 lockdown. There is what could be a faint sense of caution in the air with groups of people and couples dotted around theContinue reading “Drool, The Young, Ocean Flaws, Lyena – This Feeling, Kings Cross Water Rats, London – 10/09/2021”