Drones Debuts New Single, ‘Epitaph’

Courtesy: Thousand Islands Records

Independent punk rock band Drones debuted the third single from its new record this week.

The band debuted its single ‘Epitaph‘ Tuesday. The song is featured in the band’s forthcoming album Our Hell Is Right Here, which is scheduled for release Feb. 12 through Thousand Islands Records. Its premiere follows that of the album’s first two singles, ‘Josephine‘ and ‘Our Hell Is Right Here.’

Pre-orders are open for Our Hell Is Right Here.

The musical arrangement featured in ‘Epitaph’ presents an approach and sound that emo and emo-punk fans will find familiar and welcome. The lyrical content that accompanies the song’s musical arrangement follows the same contemplative line presented in the album’s current singles.

Singer Lois McDougall talked about the song’s lyrical content during a recent interview.

“‘Epitaph’ is the emo anthem of our new record,” says McDougall. “The umbrella term ‘mental health’ is so widespread and complex that it can be hard to pinpoint the exact problem that one person is experiencing. That’s why conversation is so important to try and unwrap the layers of each individual‘s struggles. Personally, I’ve done a lot of exploring over the last few years to try and find out which wires are crossed for me and since writing this song I have finally found some appeasing answers. A diagnosis can really help free you from the spiraling mess that depression can cause, and writing Epitaph was just one step of that process for me.”

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