Listen: The Drowners - French Exit

Listen: The Drowners - French Exit

Sad yet suave new single from exciting new Boorloo four-piece

Fusing the best of Australian indie and British art rock are The Drowners, who have followed up their impressive 2021 debut single Lay Me Down in fine style with their new one, French Exit. 

An ode to making the ninja exit at a party, French Exit details escaping an undesirable social gathering in an unexpected tale of love, set to the tune of swirling, striking synths and a tight yet laidback rhythm section that builds and builds into the tracks epicly satisfying instrumental conclusion.

Described by lead vocalist Hugo Bartsch as "a pop song that is dripping in irony, pathos, and whatever drinks you can sneak out with you" French Exit is released to the world today.

French Exit - Single Launch

The Bird, Thursday March 31

Featuring: Body Horrors, Blue Honey and Zorah

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