This Isn't It
Giant Drag are back for their first UK headline tour, and on 24th April they will release the anti-love song "This Isn't It" as the next single from their acclaimed debut album "Hearts & Unicorns".
Click here to watch the video for 'This Isn't It', the brilliant new single from Giant Drag - out 24th April!
Wind back a little, to the germination of Giant Drag in a musical matchmaking parent. Oddly enough, Annie's mother and Micah worked together - with Mrs. Hardy always prodding Micah, "my daughter is a musician, you should meet her!" meanwhile telling Annie "this guy at my work is in a band, you should meet him!" Of course, Micah saw this as a recipe for disaster and fearing the worst, hoped he would never be forced to meet this wannabe singer/songwriter. Annie, meanwhile, also dreading an awkward encounter, hoped she'd never be introduced to the young fellow. But that was not meant to be, as through some quirk of fate, they actually met one another in 2001 through both of their best friends who just happened to be dating. Despite those initial reservations, the pair quickly became friends, having random jam sessions at Micah's practice space. The formation of what would be 'Giant Drag' came soon after when the two decided to record that Journey song ("Who's Crying Now?") at Micah's home studio, after which they got 'serious' and recorded what would be their debut 5 track "Lemona" EP which was released in the UK on Wichita Recordings in October 2004 and pre-empted the band's first trip to over the pond to play some shows, including a few with Brendan Benson and The Duke Spirit.
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