February 14, 2012 16:31

The Drums give away Ronettes cover as a free download for Valentine's Day

New York band have covered 'Do I Love You?' in honour of February 14

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The Drums are giving away a free track for Valentine's Day.

The New York band have covered The Ronettes' classic 'Do I Love You?' and have made it available for free at their Facebook page Facebook.com/Wearethedrums.

In a message alongside the song, the band’s Jonathan Pierce wrote: "Hey it's Jonny. We wanted to buy you something but we made you something instead. It's Valentines Day so don't be shy with your love. See you soon."

The band are set to play an 2012 NME Awards Show on February 27 at London's Roundhouse, as well as a further two gigs. The Drums will headline Liverpool's O2 Academy on February 26 and O2 Academy Oxford on February 28.

The Drums will play:

O2 Academy Liverpool (February 26)
London Roundhouse (27)
O2 Academy Oxford (28)

To check the availability of The Drums tickets, and to get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0844 858 6765.

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