This Will Always Hurt 2:13
The World's Like a Handkerchief 1:46
Made For Us 3:25
Today's Memories 2:14
It Will Be Sunday Soon 2:08
Lemon Trees 3:29
Today's Memories' is the third studio album from Anglo-Argentine 4 piece The Draytones, a psychedelic/garage rock group formed in London in 2006.
This six track mini album was produced by Stan Kybert (Oasis, Paul Weller, Massive Attack) and recorded in the legendary Sawmills Studio in Cornwall.
The album is a celebration of all the band have achieved since their last release; playing festivals and major support slots whilst touring Europe, UK and Argentina three times, including their now famous journey as the first Anglo-Argentine group to tour The Falkland Islands.
Today's Memories' sees these experiences gained on the road of musical life voiced with playful attitude and considered words. From the opening electric riff of 'This Will Always Hurt' [Single] to the swirling psychedelia of 'Lemon Trees', there is classic pop appeal for all, you almost hear the 8mm projector whirling.