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Exclusive Drenge Video

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Fans of scuzzy rock rejoice, as you have some new heroes.

Siblings Rory and Eoin Loveless comprise the blues/rock duo Drenge, who should be checked out as urgently as possible by fans of Queens of the Stone Age, Deap Valley, Black Keys and the White Stripes.

And, conveniently, you have an opportunity to do just that by watching the brand new video to their upcoming single Nothing, which is premiered exclusively here on ShortList.

It features big riffs, strong melodies and girls skipping in slow motion: what more do you want?

Check out their self-titled album on Amazon or iTunes and catch them live when they tour the UK supporting Peace through November and December.

Visit www.drenge.co.uk for more info

Nothing is released November 11th

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