Dancing Years are a five piece alt-indie back from Leeds. Led by frontman David Henshaw’s mesmerising vocals, the band, also comprising Joe Lawrenson (keys), Joe Montague (drums), Dom Butler (violin) and Dan Fielding (guitar) create glistening soundscapes to rival Sigur Ros with the immediacy of a hook-laden Elbow.
Over the last 12 months the band have built up an avid fan-base through a series of well-received DIY single releases and a relentless touring schedule, supporting George Ezra, Boy & Bear, Richard Hawley, Dry the River, Eaves and Stornoway amongst others.
With their debut EP ‘Learn to Kiss’, produced by Colin Elliot (Richard Hawley, Slow Club) due for release on February 12 via Kobalt / Hide & Seek, the band have already picked up notable support on the first single and title track from Radio 1, 6Music, Absolute, Kerrang and Amazing at radio and online from the likes of Indie Shuffle, London In Stereo, The Music Ninja and Scientists of Sound to name a few.
RT @JosephLawrenson: So good to be back on this stage. It was a big milestone for me to get up and sing some songs, so thank you to everyon…