Manchester Soul Pop fourpiece Dantevilles have announced the release of their new single Daydreamer released through Heist or Hit on 4th May. Their debut self-titled EP will be released on 11th May with a hometown EP launch show on 1st June at Manchester’s Soup Kitchen.
Daydreamer follows the band’s recent singles The Fighter, It Might Be Tomorrow and Blackjack, which received support from John Kennedy on Radio X and BBC Introducing Manchester and is the final single ahead of their forthcoming Dantevilles EP. Produced by Joe Cross (Hurts, Courteeners), Daydreamer is a thoughtful track that blends a punchy beat with a psych-pop melody to create something unique, upbeat and addictive. The band say;
“Daydreamer is about spending a short time detaching ourselves from our surroundings and opening our minds. The idea of escaping reality through a daydream, all without anybody ever knowing where we’ve been.”
Listen to Daydreamer – BELOW:
Dantevilles are a new breed of Manchester band; a fourpiece brimming with musical creativity and a gang full of personality with songs that are dripping with promise, they are the sound of a New North. Their inspired yet modern take on alternative pop is full of soul, melodic guitars and standout duel vocals, which creates music that is fresh, polished and completely memorable.
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. Next month they will perform at festivals in Brighton and Liverpool and they have announced a June EP launch show at Manchester’s Soup Kitchen, with tickets available from Dice. Full live dates are as follows:
Sun 6th Liverpool Smithdown Road Festival
Sat 19th Brighton The Alternative Escape
Fri 1st Manchester Soup Kitchen
Dantevilles are Jamie Gallagher (guitar, vocals), Connor McNicholas
(bass, vocals), Paul Tanton (guitar) and Cory Devine (drums).