Dry The River

Dry the River are an east London band comprised of post-punk members. They play folk rock music I guess. Though at first they may seem low key, these heavily tattooed men may surprise you with their hardcore influences and amazing energy onstage.

Just The Facts

  1. DtR are not a folk band. Some descriptions of their genre include 'folk rock', 'stealth rock', 'folk with balls', and Mumford & Sons.
  2. Dry the River are not Mumford & Sons.
  3. Dry the River recorded their [stunning, make sure you know that it is stunning] debut album, 'Shallow Bed', on analogue, because they could.
  4. Even if you have never seen it, Scott Miller's beard haunts your every waking moment.
  5. You can contact Dry the River on their band twitter, through facebook, or by going to their shows [listed on DrytheRiver.net]. They love meeting new fans and often remember fans that say hi to them at multiple shows.

The Band

Dry the River are a very serious band.

[Insert large collage pic of Dry the River being ridiculous]

Vocalist Peter Liddle uses biblical language in his lyrics to indicate that he is singing about bigger things, rather than the more trivial topics of other musicians, like partying.

[insert collage of DtR partying pics, including vid stills w/ text of them talking about partying]

Members

Dry the River are an east London band comprised of post-punk members. They play folk rock music I guess. Though at first they may seem low key, these heavily tattooed men may surprise you with their hardcore influences and amazing energy onstage.Dry the River are an east London band comprised of post-punk members. They play folk rock music I guess. Though at first they may seem low key, these heavily tattooed men may surprise you with their hardcore influences and amazing energy onstage.