Geoff Lloyd of Absolute Radio in London spoke with The Drums about their music, playing Reading and Leeds festivals and being a success in the UK. “It seemed like a pretty natural way, things just happened here first,” Jonathan Pierce said about the band clicking in the UK before finding success back home in America. “So we just kind of went with it. But we just did our first American tour, and that went well. It could have gone one of two ways, and it went well, so we’re grateful for that.” Watch the interview via YouTube below.
Brooklyn indie rock band The Drums performed ‘Baby That’s Not The Point’ and ‘Best Friend’ live at Yahoo! Music. Watch both below.
The Drums spoke with NME backstage at Glastonbury Festival 2010 over the weekend, discussing how the event was a bit overwhealming for them, traveling to London the next day, and how festivals aren’t really their thing as a concertgoer. Watch the interview with the Brooklyn indie rock band via YouTube below.
NME caught up with The Drums for a chat, talking about if the ‘Let’s Go Surfing’ band actually likes surfing, if Brooklyn is still the center of the indie universe, when they first noticed buzz about their band, and who they’d put on the cover of NME. Watch the brief chat below.
The Drums are out with the video to their new single ‘Let’s Go Surfing’, off the Brooklyn indie rock band’s ‘Summertime!’ EP, out now on Moshi Moshi (UK) Popfrenzy (AU). Watch the David Fishel directed video via YouTube below.