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February 2020
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Drug Store Romeos have released their dancey new single, 'Frame Of Reference'

"The song is trying to convey a sort of euphoric sadness."
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Published: 11:31 am, February 11, 2020
Drug Store Romeos have released their dancey new single, 'Frame Of Reference'

Drug Store Romeos have released their new single, 'Frame Of Reference'.

The song arrives alongside a new video, and some more live shows - including support slots with The Orielles.

“We were really into Spacemen 3’s ‘Big City’, Broadcast, and Algebra Suicide when making this song," the band explain. "It definitely has a dancier feel to our last single. We love dancing at our shows and felt that our set was lacking that.

"The goal was to make something that felt minimalist whilst being quite full and encompassing. The song is trying to convey a sort of euphoric sadness. ‘Frame Of Reference’ is a song belonging to a feeling, belonging to a change that is yet to be made."

Check out 'Frame Of Reference' below, and catch the band live at the following:

FEBRUARY
23 Feb | The Victoria, London w/ The Goon Sax

MARCH
01 Chalk, Brighton w/The Orielles
02 SWX, Bristol w/The Orielles
04 Annie Mac Presents @ Oslo, London
05 O2 Rit, Manchesterz w/ The Orielles
26-27 ByLarm Festival, Oslo

APRIL
25 Are You Listening Festival, Reading

MAY
2 Live at Leeds, Leeds
3 Stag and Dagger, Glasgow
22-24 Dot to Dot, Manchester, Notts, Bristol

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