The latest single by The Indiana Drones is aptly called “Waking Up”, and when that chorus hits you’ll understand why. Backed by a swirling chorus and massive chunky guitars, a steady buildup reaches its anthemic peak and shouts out: I’m waking upIt’s been a long nightLet’s shake of the rustLet’s open these blinds andLet a little bit of daylight inFind out where the demons liveCuz I’m waking up The Indiana Drones is the solo passion project from touring and studio musician, Justin Zuccato. This Ontario based one-man-band writes, produces, records and plays all the instruments on his albums. In addition to touring with fellow Canadian Billy Raffoul, he’s produced records for artists like Thousand Foot Krutch and JJ Wilde. This solo project packs a big punch, with immaculately polished Alt. Rock production chops you usually only hear from the majors.
The energy and rhythm driving “To Be Free”, the new single by Ontario’s very own The Indiana Drones, makes you feel like you’re in the middle of a high speed car chase scene. Inspired by the soundtrack to Tarrantino’s “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood”, songwriter Justin Zuccato wanted to create a song about about riding the line between having a good time and numbing yourself. He describes it as “1960s Batman TV show meets Quentin Tarantino meets Nirvana meets a computer.” We just think it’s rad. Justin Zuccato formed Indiana Drones as a solo project after having been a touring musician and producer for Canadian rocker Billy Raffoul for five years prior. Impeccably written and produced, this growing catalog of songs is sure to find it’s way onto the big screen. Or at the very least, a 50 inch one albums, West End Coast and AM Waves set the benchmark for 21st Century, 1970s-influenced rock music. Platts […]