A Darker Bright – Drift

I love the way Drift starts. Those jangly guitars do a marvellous job at reeling the listener in and inviting them to stay until the end, and while that intro is definitely my favorite part in that song, the rest of it holds its ground rather well too. It is the lead single off Lay The Armor Down, the debut album from Los Angeles-based alternative/indie rock band: A Darker Bright.

Unfortunately, there’s no much more I can tell you at this point in time about this Californian band. I’m not even sure if they have three members or four, but the important thing here is that they make really good rock music and we should definitely keep them in our radars. Definitely check them out!

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2 Replies to “A Darker Bright – Drift”

  1. Good song, and those jangly guitars are wonderful. I’d not heard of them before, but “Drift” has over 73,000 streams on Spotify. It’s interesting that a band from L.A. would use the Manhattan skyline backed by what looks to be a shot of the Southern California mountains in their single art for the song.

    1. Haha that’s interesting indeed. Maybe one of the band members is from NY. I’m also surprised I hadn’t heard from them much earlier.

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