Drones Releases New Single, ‘Learn’

Courtesy: Thousand Islands Records

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

The band debuted its single ‘Learn‘ 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. Pre-orders are open for Our Hell Is Right Here.

The new single’s premiere follows that of the album’s first three singles: ‘Josephine,’ ‘Our Hell is Right Here‘ and ‘Epitaph.’

The musical arrangement featured in ‘Learn’ is a fiery, emo-punk style composition. The pairing of the instrumentation and vocalist Lois McDougall’s vocal delivery style makes the arrangement in whole a work that will appeal to fans of bands, such as The Used, Set It Off, and others of that ilk.

The lyrical theme that accompanies the song’s musical arrangement focuses on the familiar topic of dealing with difficulties in relationships, according to McDougall.

“Learn is about the desperate struggle to make a failing relationship work,” she said.  “You can feel that it’s not right but you still care about the other person. We seem to make the same mistakes over and over by assuming we know what the other person is thinking, so communication stops. We keep trying to force a relationship to work with someone that we’re just not meant to be with. If it’s more of a struggle than not…it’s not worth it. You should never diminish any part of yourself for someone else because, ultimately, you’ll end up resenting them.”

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