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is the new single from NME award nominees, Drenge. With quiet/loud technique used to great effect it compliments the verse with it’s stop/start rhythm squeezing cause and effect out of the two piece, guitar and drums set-up. Adding texture to their self-titled debut album, this cut is a little bit more mellow, prior to a huge radio friendly chorus, and Coxon style anti-solo, where you can hear classic American college rock influence.

This is an interesting juxtaposition when compared to the rest of the album which is so British it should be drinking tea and a real curveball downtempo composition to end an excellent debut album.



19 – Hare and Hounds, Birmingham
20 – Scala, London (SOLD OUT)
22 – Stereo, Glasgow
23 – The Georgian Theatre, Stockton
25 – Komedia, Brighton
27 – The Fleece, Bristol


1 – The Plug, Sheffield