ARRETON drummer Dylan Amey has recently been featured on a new track called Lockdown, recorded by his Brighton-based band Stash.

It was a track the band recorded some time ago but they were never happy with it. So they have changed the title, rewritten the lyrics and remixed the original recording.

The brand new video, which is available to view on YouTube (below), has been filmed while members have been self-isolating.

Some scenes were shot in the empty streets of Brighton, another in Worthing, and Dylan was filmed by his son, Alfie, playing drums in the garden of his Arreton home.

He admitted the neighbours may now have heard enough of his back garden drumming.

"Lockdown is a track to make you smile in these strange times. The video is full of cheese but who cares, it was a bit of fun," said Dylan.

Stash have come a long way since playing in pubs for pints of beer. They have become a popular band who compose many of their own songs.

Over the years Dylan, who began drumming at the age of four, has worked with numerous top names including Paul Weller, Roger Daltry, James, Love Affair and Fatboy Slim.

He was once in the band My Federation, who came close to a major breakthrough. They released four singles and two albums, worked in Europe and America, appeared on BBC TV's Culture Show and the FIFA 09 video game.