‘Drink Alone’ is the second track from Kudu Blue‘s debut EP ‘Shaded’.
Surprisingly, the Brighton-based band wrote, recorded, and produced ‘Drink Alone’ entirely in one of their bedrooms in their hometown of Brighton.
Originally conceived by singer Clementine Douglas whilst working a bar shift in their home town of Brighton: “The lyrical inspiration came a few years ago now. I was working in a pub in Brighton and we’d often have a drink during our shift. This one day I was trying to be good and decided to stick to some nutritious H2O. The girl that I was working with said “please don’t make me drink alone”, I thought it could be a good song premise so wrote it down, then had a pint.”
Clementine’s timeless vocals work well with the track’s pop-leaning songwriting and electronic production.
You can watch Kudu Blue play Camden Assembly on 3 May. Buy tickets here.
Sounds like: Jessie Ware, Nimmo, Mura Masa, Jamie XX