Dantevilles are a four-piece indie band based in Manchester, who have released fourth single Graffiti to coincide with their current UK tour.

In an interview with Clashmusic.com they said: “Graffiti is all about escapism. The actual art form of graffiti is about expression with the ability to stay discrete.”

The track starts with a solo bass riff, followed by acoustic and electric sounds played by three of the four members. The drummer uses brushes to play the snare drum, in keeping with the acoustic theme.

The lead vocals are similar to that of The Kooks’ Luke Pritchard, and the track has that similar uplifting, indie-pop vibe to that of the Brighton band, which makes it the perfect soundtrack for looking forward to the summer.

The band are playing Hope & Glory festival, Liverpool, August 5-6

You can find tickets here 

Record label: Heist or Hit

Bethany Sherry

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