LISTEN: Dropper Delivers New-Wave Shapeshifting On “Don’t Worry”

Four piece Brooklyn based Dropper is the brainchild of multi-instrumentalist, Andrea Scanniello. Their aim is to infect the listener with gritty and plucky songs that touch on the melancholy, absurd, and emotional notions of finding one’s self, sometimes in-spite of one’s self, and baring one’s truths (with cans of cheap beer).

Check out “Don’t Worry,” off the forthcoming debut album Don’t Talk To Me, via Dropper. Scanniello’s inviting timbre brews a lofty yet ascendant melody that attacks with falcon like precision, while the bands hyperactive ferocity looms underneath. “Don’t Worry” showcases an uncommonly definitive sound by this relatively new project that revs with a new-wave formula.

In “Don’t Worry,” Scanniello is fed up with her lifestyle and a resulting negative feedback loop. She’s the only one to blame, exhausted from ignoring the toxicity around her. The song is an ultimate tug of war, with exact imagery of her struggle in shaking this feeling and changing her life once and for all.

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