The art-rock trio, Drahla, from Leeds has just released their latest hit, “Lip Sync”. This release comes as a warm-up for their highly-anticipated EU tour. Last year, Drahla surprised fans with “Under The Glass”, their first new material since their acclaimed debut album “Useless Co-ordinates” in 2019.
With “Lip Sync”, Drahla hints at the possibility of a second album. The track is a tantalizing piece of post-punk that the band describes as an “autobiographical account of self-deflection”. The song explores the concept of conforming to social norms and adapting to different interactions by taking on a converged guise.
The single is accompanied by a music video directed by band members Luciel Brown and Rob Riggs, inspired by Bruce Nauman’s 1969 visual piece of the same name.
Drahla’s EU tour kicks off on February 14th in Rotterdam with Crows, and will include stops in Arlon, Belgium and Lille, France with Preoccupations. Don’t miss their electrifying live performances!
- Feb 14: Rotown, Rotterdam (w. Crows)
- Feb 15: Vera, Groningen (w. Crows)
- Feb 16: EKKO, Utrecht (w. Crows)
- Feb 17: Makroscope, Mulheim
- Feb 18: Molotov Skybar, Hamburg
- Feb 20: Entrepôt, Arlon (w. Preoccupations)
- Feb 21: La Boule Noire, Paris
- Feb 22: L’aéronef, Lille (w. Preoccupations)
- Feb 23: Mc Daids, Le Havre.