In 1997, Deftones released their second album, Around the fur. His second single, the cathartic »Be quiet and drive (away)“, quickly became one of the legendary alternative metal band's most popular and iconic tracks. Today, Los Angeles alternative industrial trio HEALTH shared their take on the song.
Released as part of the Spotify Singles series and leading the platform's new Valentine's Day edition. ALLURE Playlist, HEALTH's “Be Quiet And Drive” reconfigures the track into the band's apocalyptic ethereal palette, with Jake Duzsik's auto-tuned falsetto and reverbed lead guitar replacing Chino Moreno's tight tenor vocals and fuzzy power chords of Steph Carpenter. Listen below.