Biography

Fronted by diminutive hat enthusiast Graham Pierrepoint, Drop The Serval is an electro-blues project started in May 2012. Having previously recorded as the sole member of Colchester Salad, remixed MOD tunes as Enter 77 and started his musical fumblings as a member of one-shot project Big Neighbourhood, Pierrepoint started DTS as his first attempt at recording ‘real music’. His inspirations vary from the blues of Long John Baldry right through to the electronic of Chromeo and Keenhouse.

Drop The Serval’s first self-titled album was released in December 2012, comprising of eight demo tracks recorded by Pierrepoint alone, aided by JamStudio. From this collection, the synth-flavoured ‘Drop The Towel’ acted as the breakout track. A second collection, ‘Holidays in Exile’, was released in January 2014, and is almost entirely instrumental - potentially taking the Serval name in a totally new direction.

Edited by The_Arcadist on 25 Jan 2014, 17:39

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