‘Drones‘ is the first single taken from Dublin based post-punk band Sprints forthcoming debut EP! It’s a cathartic track filled with buzzy, industrial parts and an intense energy. ‘Drones’ is organised chaos at its finest.
Speaking of the track, front-woman Karla Chubb has said: “’Drones’ is very literally about my struggles with imposter syndrome. I think being a female in music, I struggle a lot with feeling like I have something to prove. It’s not okay for me to just be good, I have to be great. I have to prove constantly why I am deserving to be on the stage, or holding that guitar or that microphone. That pressure can be very difficult to deal with, and I think a lot of the times you doubt yourself then, am I actually able to write? Or is this all shit?”
“‘Drones’ is about my experiences with dealing with this pressure, but realising that a lot of people have these struggles. The bars fill, the car parks fill, life seems to go on and on, and we can become so focused internally on our issues that you don’t realise that maybe while I was wishing I was someone else, they’re also wishing the same thing.”
Listen to ‘Drones’ by Sprints below and keep up with the band on social media via the following links: