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A fresh-faced, four-piece band emitting new music from the home they call Manchester. Reimaging the sound of the red-brick capital of the North with their uplifting and soulful brand of indie pop, Dantevilles are as sharp as they are raw. Clean, canny guitars and dual captivating vocals never compete for space in their unshakable, off-the-wall arrangements.

Four musicians were striving to form new music and the idea of Dantevilles’ materialised when Jamie, Connor, Paul and Cory became acquainted. Dantevilles moved in together and began writing songs and recording demos. Their first gig was at Night & Day Café, Manchester in October 2014 where attention was immediately drawn.

With the single ‘It Might Be Tomorrow’ selected as Huw Stephens BBC Radio 1 Tip Of The Week and ‘Perfect Place’ collecting Track Of The Week from Radio X, Dantevilles closed a busy festival season with dates supporting Blossoms.

Recently signed with record label Heist Or Hit, the new single ‘Graffiti’ is due for release Feb 2017 followed by a UK tour.

Dantevilles Links: Soundcloud | Facebook | Twitter

Watch the video for ‘Perfect Place’ below:

Plus support from SACRIFICE & BLISS

Sacrifice & Bliss are Roger Hany and John K Lucy. Mythological and experimental in their approach, they compose a form of electronic music that celebrates the spirit of story and culture. Raw classical texture fused with synth-punk, and soaring medieval vocal crossed with brittle guitars.

Sacrifice & Bliss Links: Website | Facebook | Twitter

Watch the video for ‘Kyrie’ below:

Plus support from THE MOJO FILTERS

Formed from the ashes of their previous stint gigging, Mitchell Hinkley, Jack Mansell, Callum Dennehy and Joe Dempster decided in late 2015 it was time to start a new band with edge, soul and power. Thus The Mojo Filters was born.

Whilst the energy and soul was already flowing they decided it was missing something that missing piece was Sam Cartwright. The sound of The Mojo Filters is inspired by music from the 50s, 60s and 70s with an edge, their aim is to keep rock and mojo alive.

The Mojo Filters Links: Website | Facebook | Twitter

Listen to ‘Take Me Higher’ below:

Plus opening support from SHOOT THE TOWN

Hailing from Swansea, now based in Birmingham, Shoot The Town have grown and spread nationally as one of the most exciting upcoming indie bands in the UK.
With soaring melodies and thunderous rhythms, they take the listener on a grand musical journey.

Shoot the Town Links: Website | Facebook | Twitter

Listen to ‘Ultraviolet (Superviolet)’ below: