Drue de Milo “Drowning in Paradise”

Bonnie and Clyde… in the ocean. Drue de Milo’s self directed features WSL surfer Leif Engstrom. Shot in Montuak, NY, otherwise known as “the end of the world,” the pair immortalize both summer and the beach itself. In a time…

Drue de Milo "Drowning in Paradise"

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Bonnie and Clyde… in the ocean.

Drue de Milo’s self directed features WSL surfer Leif Engstrom. Shot in Montuak, NY, otherwise known as “the end of the world,” the pair immortalize both summer and the beach itself.

In a time of virtual overload, Drue de Milo is the cure.

With a gift for unearthing stories inherent in nature, the singer/writer/dancer/director crafts cinematic pop anthems to soundtrack and myth-ify both the coolest and most ordinary moments of listener’s lives.

Immortalizing summer in her newest single, “Drowning in Paradise,” Drue de Milo gifts us a cathartic, visceral, ocean-drenched “Bonnie and Clyde” rollercoaster that reminds us – especially in such uncertain times – that there’s nothing quite as powerful as the nature of love.

Gigs at the Viper Room, SOB’s, the Standard, and walks down the NYFW main stage – Drue cites performing a blues set for the inmates at Rikers Island among her most memorable experiences.

Her breakthrough single, “I Wanna Be Ur Girlfriend,” followed by “Psycho Heart,” set the tone for a combo of nuanced lyrics and sultry vocals that has become Drue’s signature.

Drowning Paradise pushes a strong beat and wistful pop vibe – it sounds like the ocean.

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