Drool formed in East London in 2018 around vocalist and writer Joey Rogers who quickly joined with ex Vant drummer Martin Soderin and guitarist Louis Greenway.
SNCMH is a visceral and infectious song, promoting rock guitar riffs with unashamedly catchy pop melodies. Drool frontman Joey says: “It’s a fun, confident rock and roll track. My favourite records are ones you want to stick on in the car with mates and sing along to.”
It’s a short energy fuelled song with an explosive chorus, but it also manages to take you to unexpected places within its two minutes twenty-one seconds.
Inspired by the intimate vocal delivery of Billie Eilish and soaring guitar hooks of The Strokes, they took the track to ex-Tribes guitarist and producer Dan White at his studio in London Fields. “We have had the song in our repertoire for a long time, but in the studio, with Dan, the song found new life”, says Martin.