But Im still here.
Id never seen you like that.
Perhaps Eoins unparalleled anger came into the equation, the magic formula to Drenges Reading success.I came away from that and I was not in the mood to entertain an American-friendly album with a pop hit thats gonna get you on the charts.And then not ever getting rid of it, admits Eoin.By using Twitters services you agree to our.Improvement marked every move, and its no surprise that second LP Undertow translates the transition.Cookie Use and, data Transfer outside the.Taken from the April issue of DIY, out now - order your copy below.And I dont know the last time I listened to a White Stripes album.Out stepped one of the UKs biggest hopes in an age, a couple of guys who could play their hearts out while wearing dresses with nice felt pineapples sewn.Whereas this one, I dont find it funny - I find it really depressing.Riding the wave of their 2013, self-titled debut, every show out-did the previous.Eoin describes their last US tour as incredibly difficult.Theres zero doubt that on that muggy weekend afternoon, something shifted.By the time theyd finished - Nirvana comparisons flooding in, and not just because of the attire - they looked to have made the big step up from bright brotherly prospect to Actual Massive Deal.We didnt choose the two-piece life.Part of Drenges appeal is that, in Rorys words, theres not many other bands from where we are, and theyve stayed rooted to home on LP2, despite spending half their time on the other side of the world.
Eoin Loveless, single We Can Do What We Want rockets past at a ridiculous speed, but its most notable for its closing indisk pige real sex skandale section - or outro, in Drenge terms - which switches from raw-as-hell verses to a chirpy, indie-circa-2003 climax.
Theres a step up in ability, but Drenge have another ace up their sleeve.
We just thought wed written some Libertines-y indie rock thing.