The Drums Live At The Roundhouse

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Last night, Camden Roundhouse was flooded with ‘mind invading catchiness,’ as The Drums and Spector played to the indie kids of London on the NME Awards Tour. After the success of their self titled album, The Drums have been spreading the contagious ‘Portamento’ that has seen a turn to the darker sides of Jonathan Pierce’s mind, with synthesised wails and melancholy lyrics that keep you on the dance floor attempting to reincarnate Ian Curtis…

Opening band Devin started the night off at Camden Roundhouse, playing a set that was only seen by a fifth of the final audience of the night. Playing for half an hour or less, the preppy 3-piece failed to get the crowd going, whether it was because the majority of the audience were still concerned about how their hair looked, or the singer was a little too whiny, they played and left without leaving much of…

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About musingsofananglophile

Fran. 20. Anglophile. Daydreamer. English Literature Student.

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