The Drums launch web video series ‘Visiomento’

Episode 001 sees them performing a track from forthcoming album 'Portamento'

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The Drums are trailing the release of their second album ‘Portamento’, with an online video series called Visiomento.

Episode 001 is now available to watch online, and sees the band performing brand new song ‘What You Were’. Scroll down to take a look.

Further episodes will be released every Tuesday until the end of the year and will include interviews, lives performances and special guest appearances.

‘Portamento’ is released September 5. The band play a sold out show at London Hoxton Bar & Kitchen on the same day, with further shows at London Lexington (September 6) and London XOYO (7), before their weekend appearance at Bestival on the Isle of Wight (10). The Drums play a full tour of the UK this November and December.

The Drums will play:

Birmingham HMV Institute (November 28)
Newcastle O2 Academy (29)
Leeds Metropolitan University (30)
Glasgow O2 ABC (December 3)
HMV Edinburgh Picturehouse (4)
Cambridge Junction (5)
Portsmouth Pyramids Centre (6)
Bristol O2 Academy (8)
London O2 Shepherds Bush Empire (9)
Manchester HMV Ritz (10)


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