Drenge Debut Video for ‘We Can Do What We Want’
In advance of the release of their sophomore effort, Undertow, English alt-rockers Drenge have unveiled a video for the album’s lead single, “We Can Do What We Want.”
The Ed Lovelace-directed clip opens with an unassuming game of bingo before a crew of Clockwork Orange-esque misfits enter the scene and wreak havoc about town. The narrative is perfectly set to Drenge’s equally aggressive and frenzied track -- check it out above (via Stereogum).
Drenge – which features brothers Eoin (vocals, guitar) and Rory Loveless (drums) and Rob Graham on bass – will put out Undertow on April 6 in the U.K. and April 7 in the U.S. via Infectious Music. You can pre-order the album -- which follows their 2013 eponymous debut -- now over on iTunes; by doing so you'll also receive a complimentary instant download of “We Can Do What We Want.”
Last month, Drenge performed “We Can Do What We Want” on the Late Show With David Letterman, which marked their U.S. television debut. Earlier in February, the Loveless brothers spoke to Diffuser about the band’s beginnings, their upcoming LP, playing shows in the U.S. and more. Read the complete interview here.