Drenge stream new album ‘Undertow’ – listen

The band's second LP will be released on April 6

Drenge are streaming their new album online. Listen below via NPR.

‘Undertow’ will be released on April 6, following on from the band’s 2013 self-titled debut. Read the NME review of ‘Undertow’ here.

The band recently explained the role both Fleetwood Mac and Kanye West played in making of ‘Undertow’, 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, 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.”

The ‘Undertow’ tracklisting is:

‘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?’

Drenge will be touring the UK in April. The band will play nine dates, starting at Nottingham Rescue Rooms and finishing up at London’s Electric Ballroom on April 21. Drenge will play:

Nottingham Rescue Rooms (April 10)
Birmingham The Library (11)
Gateshead The Sage (13)
Glasgow Classic Grand (14)
Liverpool Kazimier (15)
Sheffield Leadmill (17)
Norwich Waterfront (18)
Bristol The Trinity Centre (20)
London Electric Ballroom (21)

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