Drenge have announced three new dates, including a show at The Deaf Institute in January.

The two piece, comprised of brothers Eoin and Rory Loveless, will play gigs in Leeds, Manchester and London.

They released their debut album Bloodsports to critical acclaim in August last year, on Infectious Music.

The band also came to prominence when they were referenced in the resignation letter of Labour MP Tom Watson, a member of the Shadow Cabinet, who recommended their music describing them as an “awesome band”.

Frontman Eoin and drummer Rory are originally from Derbyshire, but call Sheffield there adopted hometown after extensively gigging there.

The band take their name from the Danish word for boys.

Drenge play: 

Monday 19th January 2015 – Leeds, Brudenell Social Club

Tuesday 20th January 2015 – Manchester, Deaf Institute 

Thursday 12th February 2015 – NME Awards Show – London, Tufnell Park Dome

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