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Review: Drenge (BBC Radio 6 Music Stage)

"The biggest moshpit I have eveerrrr seen in my life"

Review: Drenge (BBC Radio 6 Music Stage)

Drenge

James Gilmore

W!ZARD News Author

The BBC Radio 6 Music Stage at Latitude Festival has been home to some of the best acts of the weekend - including Catfish & The Bottlemen, SOAK and The Vaccines. Drenge are another one to add to that list - the two-piece alternative-rock band (made up of Eoin Loveless and younger brother Rory) took to the stage in front of an audience significantly smaller than many of the other bands who have performed on that stage across the weekend.

Nevertheless, the crowd was got really into Drenge's performance - singing (or screaming) along to tracks such as Dogmeat, Bloodsports and I Don't Want to Make Love to You - all are off of Drenge's self-titled debut album (2013) before the band newer songs from the bands April 2015-release 'Undertow' such as We Can Do What We Want.

Featuring (and we quote our critic who was at the set), "the biggest moshpit I have everrrr seen in my life" - we reckon Drenge was one of those hidden greats and will likely be back at Latitude Festival in two years time headlining the Stage.


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