Manchester fourpiece Dantevilles have announced the release of their new single It Might Be Tomorrow released through Heist or Hit on 2 nd March. They have also announced their debut self-titled EP will be released on 11 th May.
It Might Be Tomorrow follows the band’s recent single Blackjack, which received support from John Kennedy on Radio X and BBC Introducing Manchester and is the second track taken from their forthcoming Dantevilles EP. Produced by Joe Cross (Hurts, Courteeners), It Might Be Tomorrow is an upbeat alt-pop song with a dynamic melody and a poignant message, that builds to a compelling chorus of charismatic duel vocals. The band say;
“The idea for the track came from a chat between the band on a sunny day in our old house. It’s the contrast of something morbid and something beautiful and ultimately turning that into a positive message and living every day as if it’s your last. It Might Be Tomorrow...”
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Released as a demo last year, the original recording of It Might Be Tomorrow was picked up by Huw Stephens on BBC Radio1. An important track for the band and their fans, they wanted to re-record the song so they could release it as part of their forthcoming EP.
Dantevilles are a new breed of Manchester band singing songs for a New North. Their inspired yet modern take on alternative pop is fresh, polished and completely addictive. Full of soul, punchy guitars and completely unique duel vocals, Dantevilles know how to create a melody. A group of tight-knit friends with infectious personalities, they’re a gang you want to be part of.
Following headline shows and festival performances at the likes of Kendal Calling on the Main Stage last year, Dantevilles recently played a sold out Manchester headline show along with supporting Sea Girls. Further live dates will be announced soon.
Dantevilles are Jamie Gallagher (guitar, vocals), Connor McNicholas (bass, vocals), Paul Tanton (guitar) and Cory Devine (drums).