Hummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm and/or buzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz. Those two noises, phonetically and metaphorically speaking of course, that bees and other winged furry insects make (mainly bees) have duplicitous relevance for us in the two days we’ve had to regain some sense of normality and well-being post the boozefest that was our weekend away in Brighton. Firstly, in the sense that we are busy as bees; as we may or may not have mentioned before we’ve taken things up a notch or two here at Camp Killing Moon, and whilst for now we must maintain radio silence as to the specific source of our new-found burst of excitement (although from what we’ve heard this week, the radio itself has other ideas), we can say for now that we’re just happy to get back into the record-releasing game after what has seem like a lifetime since we birthed The Blueskies into the world. Secondly, and perhaps more relevantly to what we’re talking about right now, is the sound of the buzz that is sure to follow our latest band to be slapped with our Track Of The Day stamp, the quick-firey named Drive. In all honesty, seldom few bands that invade our inboxes break out onto the blog section itself (although don’t let that put you off – if you’re good, you’ll be fine), such is the significance of Drive‘s offering in the form of No Feel; a sunny-day-car-cruising, pure guitars/drums/vocals number that would surely prick the ears of fans of Sonic Youth and Pavement, and also perhaps Yuck and Tripwires for want of reference to more modern contemporaries. A real treat to hear, and we can’t wait to hear more.
Drive – No Feel