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Brand new British pop act Club Drive release debut single ‘Dangerous’

London 4-piece Club Drive have unveiled their debut single ‘Dangerous’, the title track from their forthcoming EP, due out September 9th on NUA Entertainment.

Listen to the track HERE

Fusing pop hook sensibilities with an inspired funk edge, ‘Dangerous’ drips with charisma. It’s a thunderous slice of pop, with the band showcasing infectious melodies wrapped up in big guitar riffs, topped off by singer Aaron Trowbridge’s falsetto vocals. Channeling the crossover potential of Maroon 5 and The Script, they also have the rock punch of You Me At Six and 5 Seconds Of Summer

On September 4th, Club Drive will bring their already impressive live show to this year’s Fusion Festival at Liverpool’s Otterpool Promenade on September 4th. The performance will see them play the main stage alongside the likes of Olly Murs, Busted, The Vamps and Ella Henderson.

Already making a name for themselves, they’ve captured the interest of Radio 1’s BBC Introducing team and have featured across the introducing network as ‘Track Of The Week’ as well as performing live sessions.

They also turned heads with their remarkable debut headline show at London’s Islington O2 Academy in May having been a complete sell-out courtesy of an already fervent fanbase.

With an incredible catalogue of songs soon to be revealed and the ear for a perfect smash hit, Club Drive are one of the most exciting new British pop bands in years.

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Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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