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Drenge Play Live For Shortlist and Lynx

Like good music and happen to be in Liverpool this Thursday 12 November?

Then you're in luck. Indie rock duo Drenge are playing a free gig for ShortList readers as part of our 48 Hours To... series at The Magnet. 

The band will be playing tracks off their albums Drenge and Undertow, which Kanye and Tom Watson, not to mention ourselves, are massive fans of. 

High praise indeed. 

CLICK HERE to get your tickets now.

Strictly over-18s only. We will be recording the event, so by your attendance, you will be giving your consent to be photographed and/or recorded for content on Shortlist.com and ShortList Magazine.


[Images: Derrick Santini]

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