Newton’s Third Law states – for every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction! Drown This City’s new single is so huge and devastatingly brutal, there is sure to be a huge response to it. Today they are unleashing their video for the new track – a dark, brooding and striking videoclip featuring vocalist Alex Reade as part of a paganistic ritual, covered in snakes and hailing dark lords!
Drown This City’s new single ‘Third Law’ drops today, Friday April 20. ‘Third Law’ is a force of nature – more aggressive and complex in composition than previously seen before from DTC.
The video dropped last night, officially premiering at triple j unearthed’s website and social media – and promptly racked up 5000 views overnight.
Drown this City are also announcing two shows (Friday June 1st Workers Club in Melbourneand Saturday June 2nd Chippendale Hotel in Sydney). Tickets will also be on sale from today, Friday April 20 9:00AM at Oztix and drownthiscity.com.
Those shows will also feature some of Australia’s nest up and coming heavy artists – Melbourne’s show on June 1st at Workers Club will see support from Rumours and Atlvs and Sydney’s show on June 2nd is with special guests Arteries, Dreamers Crime and The Maybe List.
Within their first 12 months of being together – Drown This City put out their widely-praised debut 5-track EP False Idols, sold out their first live show ever at Workers Club in Melbourne, were invited to play Rolling Stone’s Live Lodge event series, toured nationally with Falling in Reverse, supported Lacuna Coil and Capture the Crown, signed to Bear Parts Music for Management and were invited to play alongside bands like Violent Soho, Northlane, Thy Art is Murder, Polaris and more at 2017 UNIFY GATHERING Festival, as well as being featured on2017’s Bigsound lineup. Now, they are set to begin this new phase with this first taste of what is to come from them.
Drown This City’s new single ‘Third Law’ is out now at iTunes, Apple Music & Spotify and tickets are on sale now for their single tour dates in Melbourne and Sydney at drownthiscity.com.