Live in the now with Drones Club and their new video for ‘This House’

The cut is lifted from the genre-blending blazers’ new EP ‘White Crocodile’ - which is out now for good measure
Drones Club know how to mix things into an uncompromising cocktail of treats from every corner, and they’ve done it again with new number ‘This House’ – complete with an all-encompassing video that pulls together that sense of community and collective euphoria right from the very start.

Zooming in on Peckham in South London, the clip focuses on London vogue-scene leader Jay Jay Revlon and a dance workshop in the capita – giving a suitably free and expressive video full of infectious dance that lays across the track’s instant kick of clubland bliss (whilst recognising the demise of community spaces across London).

In a statement alongside the video, Drones Club said:

“This House is a song about love and solidarity, about the houses we build to protect ourselves from adversity. We wanted to tell the story of the House of Tea and its father Jay Jay Revlon and how they built something big and bold in London. Their house is under threat from the outside forces, the space they use will soon be luxury flats. But the house will prevail, this house is holding on.”

Drones Club latest EP ‘White Crocodile’ is out now, and full of that unrivalled explorative highs that make Drones Club such an exciting proposition in modern emerging music. Take any style, any moment in time and any genre – Drones Club will meld it together into something spectacular. The collective are set for a huge set at this year’s The Great Escape next week, so head down to Brighton – it’ll be well worth the trip.

Check out ‘This House’ below,