Perth-based alternative rock four-piece Scarlet Drive have evolved quite significantly since dropping their reggae infused last single Ceto back in February.
On their new single Abusement Park, those driving reggae-rock sounds have been traded in for something far more brooding and slightly twisted. We guarantee you’ll love every damn second of it.
Diving into Perth outfit Scarlet Drive’s warped new single Abusement Park is like taking a ride through the world’s most intense theme park
Made up of Michael Millimaci on rhythm guitar and vocals, Michael Madafferi on lead guitar, Brandon Francis on drums and vocals, and Maddey Eccleston on bass, the band meld elements of psych, post-punk, and indie-rock to deliver a new track that’s incredibly cinematic.
With hauntingly droning vocals and airy guitars, this sprawling new track will leave you unsure of where you are. It’s an addictive feeling of disorientation… one we’ve been revisiting all week.
As the track simmers and builds into its final chorus, the intense instrumentation and ghostly vocals weave into one another to create something truly memorable.
Do yourself a favour and listen to the new track above, and catch Scarlet Drive at their single launch. Details below:
Friday July 13th – The Garage, Perth, WA with Figurehead, JAG, Rich Road & Asparagus Soop – Tickets available at door – All-Ages.
Grab more info on that here.