Drug Store Romeos announce debut album ‘The World Within Our Bedrooms’

Dropping their brand new track ‘What’s On Your Mind’, Drug Store Romeos have announced their long-awaited debut album

Titled The World Within Our Bedrooms, the band’s debut album is set for release on 25th June via Fiction Records.

Speaking about the album the band said: “The album is a journey of emotions and colour schemes. A lot of bands have a consistent emotion across their whole album but we wanted to reflect the ever changing nature of someone’s mental state over a period of time. We always wanted to create our own world, and as a three we have this force field around us.”

Speaking about ‘What’s On Your Mind’ the band also added: “The last half of the song is sort of our interpretation of a mental journey through realisations about past situations that send you down rabbit holes of thought that end up linking to other rabbit holes. During this journey you go through positive and negative emotions, but the negative emotions are not inherently bad and can lead to positive change. ‘What’s On Your Mind’ is also about perspective change and was made for listening to at 10pm as you’re settling in for the night.”

Accompanying the new track and album announce, is also the band’s biggest tour date yet. Taking over London’s Scala on November 17th, fans who pre-order the bands album before tomorrow will get access to a special fan-only pre-sale, with tickets going on general sale from 10AM tomorrow, 2nd April.

Drug Store Romeos formed at college in nearby Farnborough when childhood friends Jonny and Charlie pinned an ad about finding a bassist for their new band to the school’s notice board – Sarah replied and quickly proved herself a better vocalist than either of them. Sharing affections for Suburban Lawns and Tom Tom Club, Drug Store Romeos cut their teeth playing live at college, Guildford Boiler Room and Aldershot West End Centre, rather than the familiarly trodden paths in London – although they did frequent the city as often as three times a week at one point; carrying all of their equipment back to Fleet by train as none of the band were old enough to drive.

See Drug Store Romeos live in 2021:

25 May | Oslo Hackney, London (SOLD OUT)
27 May | YES, Manchester (SOLD OUT)
29 July | SET, London (SOLD OUT)
2-5 Sep | End Of The Road Festival
25-26 Sep | Dot to Dot Festival
17 Nov | Scala, London

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