Get your dancing shoes on, because Drug Store Romeos have shared their new intoxicating track ‘Frame of Reference’ with an accompanying video that’ll have you all ready to showcase your finest moves on the dance floor.
“We were really into Spacemen 3’s ‘Big City’, Broadcast, and Algebra Suicide when making this song,” the band say of the song. “It definitely has a dancier feel to our last single. We love dancing at our shows and felt that our set was lacking that. The goal was to make something that felt minimalist whilst being quite full and encompassing. The song is trying to convey a sort of euphoric sadness. ‘Frame Of Reference’ is a song belonging to a feeling, belonging to a change that is yet to be made.”
Have a look below:
See Drug Store Romeos live at the following dates:
23 | The Victoria, London w/ The Goon Sax
01 | Chalk, Brighton w/The Orielles
02 | SWX, Bristol w/The Orielles
04 | Annie Mac Presents @ Oslo, London
05 | O2 Rit, Manchesterz w/ The Orielles
26-27 | ByLarm Festival, Oslo
25 | Are You Listening Festival, Reading
02 | Live at Leeds, Leeds
03 | Stag and Dagger, Glasgow
22-24 | Dot to Dot, Manchester, Notts, Bristol
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