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There are at least three bands called The Drones:

1. an Australian rock band of the 2000s 2. a British punk band of the late 70s. See Drones 3. a British contemporary string quartet

1. The Drones are an Australian band that consists of vocalist/guitarist Gareth Liddiard, bassist Fiona Kitschin, guitarist Dan Luscombe, drummer Christian Strybosch and keyboardist Steve Hesketh.

The early history and the first incarnation of The Drones was formed in Perth in 1998 and included a… read more

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