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you don’t recognise the name Drenge from the fact they’ve spent the past year supporting kick arse bands like Deap Vally and the Cribs, perhaps you know them from the resignation letter of Labour MP Tom Watson. Yes, in his open resignation letter to Ed Milliband, Watson left these parting words ‘And if you want to see an awesome band, I recommend Drenge’ Although we are not shy of challenging authority, this is one recommendation we can’t argue with.

Brothers Eoin and Rory Loveless have been gathering fans all over the land with their brand of grungey rock. And if their names didn’t convince you that they’re certified rockstars, their music will.

They’ve just announced a series of shows for February next year, including an NME Awards show at Scala on the 20th. The duo will also be supporting Peace on their December tour so get your tickets before Milliband snaps them all up.

Wednesday 19th February 2014 Hare and Hounds, Birmingham
Thursday 20th February 2014 Scala, London
Saturday 22nd February 2014 Stereo, Glasgow
Sunday 23rd February 2014 The Georgian Theatre, Stockton
Tuesday 25th February 2014 Komedia, Brighton
Thursday 27th February 2014 The Fleece, Bristol
Saturday 1st March Plug, Sheffield

All tickets available from their website.