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Drenge Unveil Fades To Black Video

Tuesday, 25 September 2018 Written by Jon Stickler

Drenge have released a video for their current single, Fades To Black.

The track will feature on the brothers' upcoming four-track 'Autonomy' EP, which is set to arrive on October 5. The video, meanwhile, features the band’s "promotional robot", DR3-NG3. Upon sharing the clip, the band posted the following message to social media:

"After an online poll revealed 59% of Drenge fans (444 surveyed) found our promotional robot, DR3-NG3, to be in some way "problematic" we sent the automaton out to meet the people. See him climbing Sheffield’s famous Moor high street, exhibiting simple behavioural standards and politeness programming here and head over to www.drenge.co.uk to order the robot coloured EP, Autonomy. Out October 5th."

The EP will serve as the band's first collection of material since their 2015 album, 'Undertow'. Drenge also play Cardiff's Sŵn festival in October.





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