For Sha-Pink's 2015 entry into the RPM Challenge, the band consciously abandoned any notion of theme or direction and just recorded what felt good, twelve times over.
Explorations of rock, folk, techno, new wave, hip-hop, and even surf are all present. The musical and lyrical ideas on Drive range from the subtle to the significant. Yet in the end, the songs and sequence come together into a tight and well defined album.
Drive may be our favorite RPM album yet, and we're sure you'll enjoy it too.