News Drahla announce debut album ‘Useless Coordinates’

Drahla announce debut album ‘Useless Coordinates’

It’s released in May.

Drahla have announced a debut album.

The band will release ‘Useless Coordinates’ on 3rd May, the record featuring track ‘Stimulus For Living’, shared today.

They describe the video as: “a visual composition that reflects the lyric content of the track. Based upon abstracted ideas and thought, challenging standardised format and perception.”

Drahla tour the UK from early May.

MAY
2 Glasgow Broadcast
3 Leeds Brudenell Social Club
7 Manchester YES
8 Liverpool Phase One
9 Birmingham Hare & Hounds
10 Cardiff Clwb Ifor Bach
13 Leicester Cookie
15 London Studio 9294
16 Brighton Green Door Store
17 Oxford Bullingdon
18 Guildford Boileroom

Tickets are on sale now.

Read the Neu feature with Drahla, as featured in the February 2018 issue here.

Watch ‘Stimulus For Living’ below.

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