Hailing from the capital of one of Europe’s most overlooked and mysterious countries, Norway, Dråpe shout out blasting your ears and emotions with a sound that could be found both in a German punk rock club, and on the Soundtrack of a David Attenborough feature on the Arctic.
The heavily affected guitars seem to be painting a picture of Scandanavia, beautiful Fjords, and heavy forests, similarly to the way that Sigur Ros describe the landscape of Iceland in their songs. Everything builds into each other, the guitars squeal and vocals softly stroke your heart; waves of beautiful noise.
However, what Dråpe also manage to achieve is an intense aggression simultaneously to this beauty. The drums pound away throughout this wave, cutting through the mix, hitting the listener and causing him/her to nod heads and smile. A distinct interpretation of rhythm is what makes this band exceptional. It is this sound that makes this band simply ROCK. It is this simple feature that gives the band it’s punk shout!
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