The Drainage recently gave a rave review of New York-based rock outfit Jeremy and the Harlequins‘ debut release, American Dreamer. “Every song is very well crafted and performed, the guitars veering from raw and biting to dreamy and lilting, with some nice Shadows-style low end twang thrown in,” says The Drainage of the band’s modern take on classic 50’s and 60’s rock ‘n roll. The reviewer praises the band for recording entirely in analog and the raw, authentic end product, saying, “The performances and production could not be bettered, capturing the vitality that the band obviously possess, but which is so often lost in the recording process.”
The Drainage also featured the music video for one of the standout tracks from American Dreamer, “Right Out of Love.” The song is a doo-wop infused lullaby, with comforting vocals that contrast lyrics about falling out of love. The video shows a seductress who lures lovers into her alluring yet rebellious life, convincing men to rob taxidermy shops before discarding them. Watch the video below and read the rest of the review here.