The Drones ‘Feelin Kinda Free Tour’ At The Triffid W/ Harmony

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The Drones

“The Drones’s seventh album is a masterclass in genre-defying rock. No prisoners are taken.” Louder Than War

“The Drones are still one of Australia's most literate, punishing, powerful and exciting bands. Feelin Kinda Free is among their very best work, and given the supreme quality of their output over the past that's really saying something. Long may they reign.” Double J

The Drones seventh studio album, Feelin Kinda Free is out this Friday, March 18, you can get a taste of it thanks to Tiny Mixed Tapes, who are streaming it right now!

With their national tour set to kick off at the end of April, The Drones are excited to welcome a bunch of the country’s finest, along for the ride. Melbourne’s Harmony will be joining them everywhere except Perth and Wollongong and in Melbourne at the Tote. This will be Harmony’s first shows in over a year. Featuring members from Nation Blue, Mclusky, Paleheads, Time For Dreams, Palm Springs, Remake Remodel, Ukeladies, Steve Miller Band, Jackie Winter and Led Zeppelin among hundreds of others and yet, they still sound fresh as a daisy.


Harmony coast through verse, chorus and coda like a tropical cyclone. Their sound is a mongrel concoction of gallows blues and balladry, but offset by a glorious 3-part gospel vocal ensemble that lifts the songs out of the dark and into thrilling yet haunting territory.

Harmony feature Tom Lyngcoln (The Nation Blue), Alex Kastaniotis and Jon Chapple (McLusky). Harmony simmer down all the intensity of their previous ensembles into a simple, brooding and understated heartbreaker, while Amanda Roff (Ukeladies), Quinn Veldhuis and Erica Dunn tear the arrangements apart with sweet reprise.
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By: The Triffid