High-pitched vocals on an alternative indie song.
Drella is the newest musical project from Bobi Andonov, an Australian singer, songwriter, and producer. On Andonov’s social media, he shared that the whole idea was something he was working on for the past two years, ever since he went back home. He was heavily influenced by pop icons like Prince, Terence Trent D’Arby, and Michael Hutchence; however, he was also influenced by contemporary artists like Tame Impala and Jai Paul. Now, as Drella, he has released two singles, which you can check out on Spotify, Youtube and Apple Music. Drella’s latest hit is the alternative tune, “Night Crawls.” The song also has accompanying visualisers.
Drella partnered with producers Sam Watters and Dylan Bauld for this hit, and it has nostalgic overtones. It reminds me of Arctic Monkeys’ “Why Do You Only Call Me When You’re High?” set in a higher tone, with more focus on the vocals. It’s an intense, heartfelt song. To him, it is about “the conceits of heaven and hell – light and darkness – pleasure and pain.” If we’re discussing heartfelt, Drella is the kind of artist that sings with his whole soul and heart. We can see this clearly, especially through his music visuals. So, stream Drella’s “Night Crawls” today to see your own soul in music.
Brazillian Marketing and Journalism student. A traveler and a storyteller.