Drenge shoot music video for ‘Running Wild’ in Peak District – watch

The duo released second album 'Undertow' in April

Drenge have unveiled a new video for their track ‘Running Wild’.

The clip for the ‘Undertow’ album track was filmed at Throwley Hall Farm in the Peak District, near the band’s hometown of Castleton, Derbyshire. Watch the video below, via The Guardian.

READ: NME Review Of Drenge’s ‘Undertow’

Drenge released their second album ‘Undertow’ in April. The band recently explained the role both Fleetwood Mac and Kanye West played in making of the LP, with drummer Rory Loveless telling NME: “We spoke to Kanye West [on the set of Later… With Jools Holland in 2014]. He was talking about wanting to put more aggression into his music, but I think we’ve kind of backed off from that a little bit,” he said.

Going on to describe the ways in which he and brother Eoin have changed over the past couple of years, Loveless continued: “We’ve grown up so there’s more freedom [in the music] and not so much brattiness. It’s not so abrasive. We’ve chilled out. There’s one song that screams Fleetwood Mac.”

Scroll beneath to watch a video interview with Drenge.

The ‘Undertow’ tracklisting:

‘Running Wild’
‘Never Awake’
‘We Can Do What We Want’
‘Favourite Son’
‘The Snake’
‘Side By Side’
‘The Woods’
‘Standing In The Cold’
‘Have You Forgotten My Name?’