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There’s something quite tragic about The Drums. Ahead of this, their third album, drummer Connor Hanwick left the band, leaving childhood friends singer Jonathan Pierce and guitarist Jacob Graham to…

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If there’s anyone better than The Drums at making music so deliriously sunny and upbeat whilst simultaneously chin-draggingly glum in the lyrics department, we’d like to buy them an orange…

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The sleeve of [a]The Drums[/a]’ second album is a family photo of a young Jonathan Pierce standing next to a middle-aged woman, probably his gran. His eyes are photoshopped red,…

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The Drums (Manchester)

1. The Drums – ‘Money’ If there’s anyone better than The Drums at making music so deliriously sunny and upbeat whilst simultaneously chin-draggingly glum in the lyrics department, we’d like…

Try to put your muso aspirations aside momentarily and don’t worry about appearing cool to your mates for a second either; just answer NME this. When you were nodding your…

Hailing variously from Florida and NYC, The Drums are a long, long way from home tonight. Reykjavík is several degrees of latitude further north and several of Celsius further south…

There are few things that unite the NME office, bar mild alcoholism, social retardation or the threat of imminent nuclear holocaust. So when we heard [a]The Drums[/a] and realised that…