The English indie quartet Dantevilles will be releasing their eponymous EP on the 11th of May.
From the forthcoming release – It Might Be Tomorrow (released as a stand alone single on the 2nd) – is an easy moment indie-dance track, which when considered against the other single that has appeared from the EP Blackjack, a song of indie-rock texture, intimates of an EP for connoisseurs of all things indie, whilst, equally having more than enough in different ideas to captivate those of us with eclectic musical taste.
The English indie band Dantevilles released a new single earlier this month.
Dantevilles – Graffiti – artwork
Lasting less than three minutes, Graffiti, has a sprightly step that springs the listener on to their toes to weave through the room as the popping guitar flashes through the speakers, whilst a precise drum beats double time giving the track its effervescence.
The English indie band Dantevilles release the three track single Calm Before The Storm on the 25th.
Dantevilles – Calm Before the Storm – artwork
The middle track Sea Of Change has been made available in advance.
One is minded of a 21st Century version of Dexys Midnight Runners as Dantevilles proffer hula-hoops for the listener to wrap around their hips. Submerged in the happy-clappy disco-diva lies a message of poignancy, allowing the audience the ability to contemplate the societal barbs or wrest in the dance-floor, leaving neither feeling they are left out of the embrace.
There is a sound which should resonate with many around the globe, as their audience is precisely of those of Viola Beach, who people suddenly found interesting after they died. One hopes it will not be after some road accident that the world will take notice of Dantevilles.