Detroit Social Club record NME From The Studio session – video

Watch Newcastle band play 'Chemistry' live in NME's basement studio

Detroit Social Club have performed exclusively for NME‘s new From The Studio video series, which has launched at NME.COM/fromthestudio.

The Newcastle band laid down a new version of ‘Chemistry’, taken from their recent debut album ‘Existence’, in NME‘s basement studio.

Check NME‘s From The Studio page regularly for exclusive performances, interviews and other video content. The page also acts as an archive for other sessions recorded in the NME studio, featuring the likes of Kasabian, Florence And The Machine, Vampire Weekend, La Roux and hotly tipped new act Mona.

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Head to NME.COM/fromthestudio for more information and to watch the video.

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