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Salad Days Magazine | May 25, 2024

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Seattle, WA – October 2023 – After much anticipation from fans around the world, Seattle rockers The Drowns have released ‘Blacked Out’ the 1st single and titletrack from their upcoming LP.

Listeners can stream the track on their favorite platform. The album ‘Blacked Out’ will drop on February 16, 2024 on Pirates Press Records. To get the word out quickly about the single, Pirates Press Records made 5000 picture flexis! You can get them for free with any purchase on webstore and will soon be found at local record stores and on The Drowns’ merch table.

“‘Blacked Out’ is about our crazy lives as nonstop touring musicians” says frontman Rev. “It’s a crazy life that we wouldn’t change for the world. I get to travel the world with my three best friends.”


01/19/2024 – Bakersfield, CA – Temblor Brewing (w/ AGENT ORANGE)

01/20/2024 – Ventura, CA – Gigi’s Cocktails (w/ AGENT ORANGE)

02/16/2024 – Seattle, WA – Clock Out Lounge (w/ NOi!SE)

03/01/2024 – Morro Bay, CA – The Siren (w/ AGENT ORANGE)

03/02/2024 – Palmdale, CA – Transplants Brewing (w/ AGENT ORANGE)

08/01-04/2024 – Blackpool, UK – Rebellion Festival

Returning to the studio for this LP with longtime producer Ted Hutt (Dropkick Murphys, Flogging Molly, The Gaslight Anthem), the band have laid down a collection of songs that fuse their varied influences brilliantly – from the boogie-woogie shuffle roots of original 50s rock ’n roll, to the strutting swagger of 70s glam & “bovver rock,” to the gritty rabble-rousing of ’77 style anthemic street punk – into a laser-tight, cohesive sound that is unmistakably theirs. To add iconic imagery to an album that will be an early contender for 2024 album of the year, the band crafted a custom neon sign that is prevalent throughout the album artwork. How many bands today are doing that?! With the first single now available, the band will be on the road for virtually all of 2024 with new songs (and more on the way) for fans to enjoy who have been clamoring for a new full-length.

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