Episode 110 • The Relationship Between Drums & Bass with Hillsong Young & Free

  • Written By 
  • Libby Lewis

How do you build a strong relationship between bass and drums? This week we’re so excited to be joined by drummer and bassist for Hillsong Young & Free, Brendan Tan, and Tom Furby!

A strong relationship between bass and drums is the foundation for every great band. You can be a great drummer or a great bass player, but if you don’t know how the two work together, you’re missing it.

Brendan and Tom have been playing and touring together for years and in episode 110, they share how they’ve built such a strong relationship musically and spiritually, and how that factors into their sound.

ESPECIALLY if you play drums or bass, do not miss this episode!

Also be sure to listen to Hillsong Young & Free’s latest single, “Best Friend” out now!

And to watch our FREE 2-part series on Brendan Tan’s Drum Rundown & Set Up, click here!

For more free series and to see what Brendan and Tom are up to, follow them on Instagram @rendanbay and @tomfurby

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