The Driftwood Sign – The Driftwood Sign EP

Maybe it’s just my age, or because I’m going deaf? Or perhaps shadowy echoes of my past, listening to the likes of Black Sabbath, Led Zeppelin and others. But I do love a band that uses a deep thumping base beat! Now it’s my chance to listen to The Driftwood Sign for the first timeThe Driftwood Sign Maybe it’s just my age, or because I’m going deaf? Or perhaps shadowy echoes of my past, listening to the likes of Black Sabbath, Led Zeppelin and others. But I do love a band that uses a deep thumping base beat! Now it’s my chance to listen to The Driftwood Sign for the first time (unbelievably) and I have to say they are increasingly floating my ever ‘graying’ boat and seem to have mastered the art of actually making my speakers bleed!! Although their home town is Malmö in Sweden, they’re making some waves across the channel and we’re getting a chance to hear the guys at work. The first song ‘Leech’ has an almost tribal feel to the opening drum lick, and then a pounding bass guitar riff accompanied with the lead guitar kick in. Anders vocals are very clear and he has a true mastery of English, which is good for us! Or me at least!! But I’m sure they would still sound just as great in their mother tongue too. When I heard the song ‘Open Fields ’, I was racking my brain and trying to think of just what this song reminded me […]

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