With his track Keeping Score awarded a platinum record title, #22 in triple j’s Hottest 100, and consistent airtime on commercial and community radio across the country, L D R U returns with the announcement of his biggest Australian tour to date, performing in Sydney, Perth, Adelaide, Brisbane and Melbourne.
To celebrate the tour kicking off this July, L D R U has received the remix treatment from Sydney friends, The Meeting Tree. The Meeting Tree is comprised of Joyride and Raph Dixon, the fellas behind I Pay My Tax (I Hate Myself) and r u a cop and have given the rework of the single a run for its money.
With a huge break onto the Australian and International scene with his Future Classic release The Tropics, L D R U, the moniker of Drew Carmody, cemented his trap fame with anthem Give It All. L D R U has reworked Flume, Lorde, Miami Horror and Broods. Joining forces with high-energy producer Yahtzel to produce the collaborative project Carmada, their first single Maybe dominated Australia’s radio airwaves and charts, resulting in a gold record for the duo.
L D R U has made appearances on some of Australia’s leading festival lineups including Splendour In The Grass, Future Music, Big Day Out and Field Day, as well as support slots for Peking Duk and triple j host Nina Las Vegas on her NLV Presents tour.