Last month, Drowners released their self-titled debut LP, a breezily infectious punk-pop album. Based in NYC, the city’s signature up-all-night energy courses through the album’s veins, although it does bring with it a tinge of sweet melancholy as well.
Comprised of frontman Matt Hitt, Jack Ridley III (guitar, vocals), Erik Lee Snyder (bass), and Lakis E. Pavlou (drums), Drowners will be bringing their kinetic live show – honed by supports with the likes of Arctic Monkeys, The Vaccines, and others – to the UK and Europe this spring. First off, they will be supporting Cage the Elephant, before embarking on a string of their own shows. They will then round it off with a slew of support slots with kindred spirits Skaters in March.
“Drowners” is available now on Frenchkiss Records
17 – London Electric Ballroom w/ Cage the Elephant
18 – Paris La Maroquinerie w/ Cage the Elephant
19 – Cologne (Gebauede 9) w/ Cage the Elephant
20 – Berlin (Lido) w/ Cage the Elephant
26 – London Old Blue Last
27 – Bristol The Exchange w/ Skaters
28 – Birmingham Hare & Hounds w/ Skaters
1 – Leeds Cockpit 2 w/ Skaters
2 – Nottingham Bodeag w/ Skaters
3 – Glasgow King Tuts w/ Skaters
4 – Manchester Deaf Institute w/ Skaters
5 – London Dingwells w/ Skaters
6 – Southampton Joiners w/ Skaters