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Running Wild

By editorial assistant Sandi Toxic

Posted May 22, 2015
drenge release new video for running wild
Stockings and suspenders: When not gigging, Drenge like to hold up post offices. © Drenge

Watch the ace new vid for 'Running Wild' by Drenge.

The Rake & Herald's all-time favourite sibling-consisting Derbyshire-based noise duo Drenge have just released a new video for Running Wild off their latest album Undertow.

And what's more, it's bloody good.

As you'd kind of expect, really.

In fact, more than just your typical pop clip with semi-naked MK Ultra mind-slaves bopping about in their grundies, the vid, so a lovely email from the band informs us, is actually a short film made with their mate Ed Lovelace "at the start of the month".

"It's about nature and life and death and living off the land," they exclusively inform the Rake & Herald in conjunction with their thousands of other newsletter-subscribing fans.

"It was shot on 35 mm on the Derbyshire/Shropshire border."

"We hope you enjoy it."

And indeed we did, do and will.

Nice one, Dredge.

Next time you're in Cornwall, pop in for a pasty, yeah?

We can have a good old tramp across the cliffs as well.

The above vid is embedded here on the tune-tastic Rake & Herald from Drenge's YouTube channel, which you can check out here. Meanwhile, to follow them on Twitter and FaceBook, have a click of this and this, respectively, and to find out more about the band in general, including their upcoming US tour dates, whack your pointer here, why dontcha?

See also More gems from Dredge, posted 2/4/15.

Sandi Toxic
was raised by wolves inside a disused clay pit near Lanjeth. You can befriend her on FaceBook here. She is still quite feral.

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