Indie Rockers Private Island Reveal New Single ‘Drugs’
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Private Island – Drugs
Southern California six-piece Private Island have announced the release of their eagerly anticipated new single Drugs. The track, taken from their forthcoming EP Sunbreak out later this year, follows on from their hugely successful single Enough which has clocked up over 200,000 SoundCloud plays since its release in November and seen them attract plenty of attention in the Los Angeles music scene.
Comprising of Christian Lum, Tommy Nickerson, Cameron Anderson, Michelle Guerrero, Tim Barbour and Roger Mawer, the band blend their indie-rock roots with a hint of retro and funk in Drugs, a track which takes us through the withdrawal symptoms of love.
Having drawn comparisons to acts including Local Natives and Young The Giant, the indie outfit are sure to gain plenty of plaudits following this release and will be celebrating with a show at The Lyric Theatre, LA on 9th April.
Private Island’s Drugs (recorded, produced, mixed and mastered by Bob Curtain at The Alamo) is released on 12th February and will be available to stream on Spotify and Apple Music.