Based away of Oceanside, California, the Drowning Men are purveyors of sweeping, dramatic indie rock and roll having a gruff, blue-collar sensibility. Evoking another universe edition of Arcade Open fire as fronted by Nick Cave, the band’s audio feels both cautiously orchestrated and directly from the center, striking an excellent balance between your overblown as well as the down to globe. The group got its begin in 2006 when child years close friends Nato Bardeen (vocals, guitars, secrets), Wayne Smith (acoustic guitar), and Rory Dolan (percussion) made a decision to begin making music collectively. Recruiting Todd Eisenkerch (bass) and Gabe Messer (keyboards), the Drowning Males released their Get rid of the Matador EP in 2007. Their full-length debut, Beheading from the Music Bird, followed in ’09 2009, and later on the band lay out on the highway, spending another year or two supporting bands just like the Airborne Dangerous Event, Flogging Molly, and Alkaline Trio. The music group eventually agreed upon on with Flogging Molly’s label, Borstal Defeat Information, which released the Drowning Men’s sophomore record, Every one of the Unidentified, in 2012.