‘Proof that call centre workers and librarians make the best deadpan post-punk.’
– Loud And Quiet
Blending wiry post-punk with unpredictable art-rock, Leeds three-piece Drahla have quickly established themselves as a formidable prospect, all potent bass-lines and calculated menace.
With eerie echoes of Wire and The Fall and a propensity for enormous hooks, they’ve already shared stages with an impressive roster including Parquet Courts, The Cribs, Buzzcocks, Dream Wife, Metz and Menace Beach. They’re moving fast, having only formed in 2015 and since racking up two sold out 7” singles and an EP, ’Third Article,’ – luckily you’ll have a chance to catch them at this years SFTOC.