Drew Citron Announces Debut Album & First Offering 'Summertime'

The apt first single marks the Brooklyn legend's first solo record, which will be released on October 9th via Park The Van Records.
Posted: 13 August 2020 Words: John Bell Photos: Alexandria Spencer Foot

Drew Citron, founding member of Beverly, Public Practice and touring musician with The Pains of Being Pure at Heart and Frankie Rose among others, has announced her debut solo album Free Now along with first taster 'Summertime'. The debut is set for release on 9th October on Park The Van Records. 

The appropriately titled lead single features long stretching strings that delicately adorn a slow-driving beat and luscious vocals fitting for a bright summer's day. The track is, Citron notes, "About falling in love in summer. Little did I know it would also be about falling in love with summer and missing all the things we take for granted about being sweaty together outside, running around at dusk, enjoying all the city has to offer."

The song is accompanied by a video from Jim Larson, a homage to New York inspired by Abel Ferrara's King of New York, which you can see below.

Free Now is out via Park The Van Records on 9th October.

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