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Exclusive Download: The Drums Go Electronic with 'Money' Remix

Listen to a rework of the band's new track by Craft Spells

August 24, 2011 11:35 AM ET
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The Drums 'Portamento'
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Click to listen to The Drums' 'Money (Craft Spells Remix)'

The Drums, hot off praise for their 2010 debut, are set to release a follow-up album, Portamento, next month. The Brooklyn rockers are teasing the new disc with a remix of the track "Money," by Stockton, California band Craft Spells. "I want to buy you something, but I don’t have any money,” vocalist Jonny Pierce croons over electronic beats and synthesized bass, sounding totally at home in a different musical context. Portamento will be in stores on September 6th, but you can download the remix of "Money" for free here.

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