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PREMIERE: Drew Beskin Releases “Pharmacy Girl”

Keeping up with our premiere Tuesday, we are pleased to team up with Drew Beskin for the release of his new single “Pharmacy Girl,” off his upcoming album Nostalgia Porn. As the album itself entitles, the song draws inspiration from the mellow days of 60s Rock and Roll a la Beach Boys and much modern 80s Alternative Rock with the poignant guitar melodies and overall vocals reminiscent of The Cure’s Robert Smith.

About the song, Beskin comments:

“My friend, Rick Poss, came over to my apartment to jam in the winter of 2017. Rick’s main instrument is the sleigh bell and he came up with this amazing sleigh bell composition that became the foundation for “Pharmacy Girl”. The song builds up to a very intense guitar and sleigh bell solo duet at the end. It is one of my favorite songs on the album. I was listening to “They Dont Know” by Kirsty MacColl a lot at the time and I wanted to have something in my song arsenal that paid tribute to that type of tune.” 

Drew Beskin is a singer/songwriter based out of Athens, GA. Formerly the front man for The District Attorneys, Party Dolls, and PURSES. Beskin released his debut solo album, Cha-Ching Machine, in spring of 2017. On October 18th of 2018 Beskin will release his second solo album, Nostalgia Porn, featuring the singles “Suspicion from the Start”, “Midnight Avenue Edge” and “Pharmacy Girl”. Nostalgia Porn is a collection of indie rock songs with a strong focus on hooks and pop sensibilities.

About RJ Frometa

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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