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Dantevilles - indie pop Mancunians
Hailing from the same city that spawned many of their musical inspirations, Manchester four-piece Dantevilles emerged in the mid-'10s with an anthemic indie pop sound. Catch them in action by purchasing your Dantevilles tickets on StubHub.
Inspired by Oasis and The Stone Roses
With a name inspired by a Lancashire fine dining restaurant, Dantevilles formed in 2016. Hailing from Blackburn, Northampton and Manchester but based in the latter city, its line-up consists of dual frontmen Connor McNicholas and Jamie Gallagher, guitarist Paul Tanton and drummer Corey Devine. Influenced by Mancunian bands such as Joy Division, Oasis, Happy Mondays and The Stone Roses, the band soon became regulars on their hometown's live circuit and in 2017 were invited to grace the Main Stage at the Kendal Calling festival. The group then landed a deal with the Heist or Hit record label, home to the likes of dream pop duo Her's, shoegazers Letting Up Despite Great Faults and one man band Still Parade, before supporting fellow indie quartet Sea Girls and chart-topping neighbours Blossoms. Dantevilles also performed at Leeds Festival, hit the road for their own run of headlining shows and teamed up with producer Joe Cross, best known for his work with local heroes The Courteeners, for their debut self-titled EP. If you haven't yet experienced the band in a live setting, then check out the range of Dantevilles tickets on offer at StubHub.
Not just one but two lead vocalists
Like most bands who call Manchester home, Dantevilles are an energetic and engaging live act who know how to put on a great crowd-pleasing show. And with not just one but two lead vocalists taking centre stage, the group also know how to set themselves apart from the rest of the pack too, with McNicholas and Gallagher also showcasing their talents as bassist and guitarist, respectively. Crammed full of reverb-laden riffs, anthemic hooks and danceable grooves, the group's early shows typically featured all five songs from their self-titled EP including "It Might Be Tomorrow", "The Fighter", "Daydreamer" and "Blackjack", alongside what quickly became their signature tune, "Perfect Place". Fans also got the chance to hear several tasters from the quartet's eagerly-awaited first full-length studio effort. Looking for a night of first-class indie pop from a group whose hometown is steeped in the genre? Then take a look at the various Dantevilles tickets that are up for grabs on StubHub.
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