Drenge re-release 2015 single ‘We Can Do What We Want’


Sheffield Rockers Drenge have re-released their 2015 single ‘We Can Do What We Want’ following its feature in the brand new Google Stadia advert.

The track’s re-release comes after the group’s third album ‘Strange Creatures’ dropped on February 22, with the album peaking at #52 in the UK Album charts.

‘Strange Creatures’ is produced by longtime collaborator Ross Orton (Arctic Monkeys, M.I.A, The Fall) and was recorded in Sheffield at McCall Sound last year.

Listen to ‘We Can Do What We Want’ by Drenge on the Shoot Music New Releases Playliston Spotify.

It follows the band’s critically acclaimed albums ‘Drenge’ (2013) and ‘Undertow’ (2015) and includes their recent singles ‘Never See The Signs’, ‘This Dance’ and ‘Autonomy’.

The album is “a nocturnal record. A psychological horror movie on wax”, described by the band as “the most considered record we have ever made”.

Hailing from the English village of Castleton, Drenge are Eoin Loveless (guitar/vocals) his younger brother Rory (drums) and Rob Graham (bass). They have headlined shows worldwide, along with having performed at Reading & Leeds and Glastonbury Festival. They have also toured with the likes of Wolf Alice, the Maccabees and Arctic Monkeys.

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