The Dose Aren't Afraid to Get a Little Muddy in 'Drown' Exclusive

The Dose Aren't Afraid to Get a Little Muddy in 'Drown' Exclusive


With a wealthy sound that'll ship anybody down rock n' roll reminiscence lane, and only a little bit of mud, The Dose's video for "Drown" is premiering solely on Streets Talkin at the moment (Oct. 25).

Indio Downey, the son of Robert Downey Jr, cultivates a sound paying homage to Nirvana alongside bandmate Ralph Alexander in "Drown." Fusing plain influences of traditional rock and grunge with their very own heavyweight sound, the duo's firepower chemistry shines by on the observe.

“’Drown’ is about going through your fears, come hell or excessive water. Lyrically, I’m virtually daring them to face me," Downey tells Streets Talkin

The Dose convey an equally vigorous vitality to the efficiency video. The rawness of the track comes alive within the visible, the place each Downey and Alexander are lined in mud whereas performing within the rain. As Alexander slams the drums, Downey delivers forceful guitar riffs and a full-throated vocal supply. 

The Dose is placing the ending touches on their upcoming debut album.

Get a primary have a look at the video for "Drown" beneath.