Tuesday, 12 March 2013

The Dancers - For Something in Your Eyes


This year's Glastonbury Emerging Talent Competition shortlist has been something of a miniature treasure trove of musical loveliness. I've mentioned before that blog favourites Port Isla are already in the running for a chance to play at this year's festival. Now our attention turns to The Dancers, another group who are hoping to win the chance to play the biggest gig of their lives.

The Dancers are a French born, Brighton based trio who mix African-inspired rhythms with an overwhelming pop aesthetic, underpinned by boy/girl dual vocals. In this way, they share similarities with fellow French blog favourite We Were Evergreen, although if that band are like "Phoenix taking their instrumental cues from kindergarten children," then The Dancers are that same group going through the difficult transition from child to adult, if their stunning single "For Something In Your Eyes" is anything to go by.

"For Something In Your Eyes" will be released on March 18th.

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