Listen Drahla preview ‘Useless Coordinates’ with ‘Pyramid Estate’

Drahla preview ‘Useless Coordinates’ with ‘Pyramid Estate’

The album is released in May.

After announcing details of their debut album back last month, Drahla have offered another preview of ‘Useless Coordinates’ with new track ‘Pyramid Estate’.

“[Useless Coordinates] summarised all of our situations,” explains vocalist Luciel Brown. “We had all these shows coming up and we knew we needed to leave our jobs and change our living situations to make all this stuff happen. So we had all these fixed points and timelines, but at the same time we felt quite lost within all of that.”

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
11 Bristol Louisiana
12 Southampton Heartbreakers
13 Leicester Cookie
15 London Studio 9294
16 Brighton Green Door Store
17 Oxford Bullingdon
18 Guildford Boileroom

Tickets are on sale now.

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