Summer is just around the corner and Modern Life have got a new tune coming out to get you in the mood. Its a sleazy feels good cover of the Roxy Music song Love is the drug.
"We love the dubby bass line and Ferrys vocal, and everything about the song. More people of this generation should know about this music so we thought lets bring it to them with a Modern approach." Charlie Smith - Modern Life
Modern Lifes third single, Love is the drug will have you hooked, either kicking back with the top down on the way to the beach or dancing way to close to someone youve just met and dont know if youll ever see again.
The Love is the drug release, is a digital exclusive available through I Tunes among others.
Other Modern Life releases include their recent single smile today (difrnt/universal) and their debut self-titled release Modern Life (difrnt/mgm)
With an album release scheduled for early next year Modern Life will be spending the Summer touring extensively, taking it to the street and their growing fan base with help of Harbour Agency. More on the band
The band formed in 2003. Modern Life have released a self titled ep featuring the single Modern Life in late 2005 which reached as far a field as former sex pistol Steve Joness LA radio show. In August 2006, their debut single smile today became the unofficial anthem of World Happiness Day. With its distinctive off kilter pop-rock feel and hints at influences such as Bowie and Madness, smile today went into full rotation on Nova 96.9 Sydney as part of the Nova Unsigned initiative and was picked up across the country on both metropolitan and regional radio. It also earned the band a much coveted support with INXS at the Wollongong leg of their sold out Switched On tour and 2 live national television appearances with 9 and Fox 8. www.myspace.com/modernlifemusic