The band are also set to perform at the NME Awards Show.
Not a band to keep fans waiting, Drenge are set to unveil their second album 'Undertow' through Infectious Music this Spring, having spent the best part of 2014 writing and recording while also on tour.
Drenge release 'Undertow' in April 2015
The UK duo were joined by bassist Rob Graham on parts of the upcoming release, who was previously a touring member only. It was produced by Ross Orton (Arctic Monkeys, M.I.A, Roots Manuva) and recorded between Castleton and Sheffield.
Drenge recently unveiled the album's first single 'We Can Do What We Want', which premiered on Zane Lowe's BBC Radio 1 show as his 'Hottest Record In The World'. They performed the track live on 'The Late Show with David Letterman', making their US television debut, and it will be available as a free download for all pre-orders of the album.
The duo, who are Rory Loveless and Eoin Loveless, released their well-received self-titled debut album in 2013 featuring the singles 'Bloodsports', 'Blackwaters' and 'Face Like A Skull'. They were first brought to major public attention by Shadow Cabinet Labour MP Tom Watson in his online resignation letter and went on to tour across the UK with appearances at Glastonbury, Latitude and Reading and Leeds festival, supporting the likes of Deap Vally and Peace along the way.
And they'll be setting out on the road again this year following their album's release, after their New York shows tonight (January 29th 2015) and tomorrow including Mercury Lounge alongside Wolf Alice, and after their performance at the NME Awards Show in London.
'Undertow' will be released on April 6th 2015.
2. Running Wild
3. Never Awake
4. We Can Do What We Want
5. Favourite Son
6. The Snake
7. Side By Side
8. The Woods
10. Standing In The Cold
11. Have You Forgotten My Name?
29th January - New York, Shea Stadium
30th January - New York, Mercury Lounge (w/ Wolf Alice)
12th February - NME Awards Show - London, Tufnell Park Dome - SOLD OUT
10th April - Nottingham, Rescue Rooms
11th April - Birmingham, The Library
13th April - Gateshead, The Sage
14th April - Glasgow, Classic Grand
15th April - Liverpool, Kazimier
17th April - Sheffield, Leadmill
18th April - Norwich, Waterfront
20th April - Bristol, The Trinity Centre
21st April - London, Electric Ballroom