London grunge-rockers Drool have just released their second single ‘Junkyard‘, a bleak but nostalgic offering. Initially, the track has clear influences grounding it with hints of shoegaze in its melodies and drawn out vocals. As ‘Junkyard’ grows into an angsty wall of chaos it really stands on its own becoming a ferocious monster of a track.
Speaking of the track, Drool front man Joey Rodgers has said: “The song’s a conversation between two people. One asking for help and the other who’s unwilling to listen. It’s based on a conversation I had with a friend. I liked the imagery of someone being inside a graveyard of old cars and appliances being cast aside and left to rot.”
Like what you hear? Drool are set to play Camden Rocks Festival in June and have been tipped as unmissable.