Manchester five piece Dutch Uncles return with new album O Shudder, set to be released on Memphis Industries on February 24, 2015. Today they…Read More
Dutch Uncles are an indie rock band from Marple, England. They are known for their use of atypical time signatures within a pop context. Their influences includes several bands such as The Smiths, King Crimson, Steve Reich, XTC and The Talking Heads.
Originally from Marple, the band started playing together in college. They became Dutch Uncles in April 2008, and In early 2009 released their eponymous debut album in Germany with Tapete Records a German label, recorded at Cloud Hill Studios in Hamburg.
The band returned in 2010 with their UK debut single “The Ink”, released through the independent record label Love & Disaster on the 31 May 2010. Soon after, the band signed to London label Memphis Industries and released the single “Fragrant” on 1 November 2010. The band’s second album entitled Cadenza was released on April 25, 2011. The band toured the UK throughout 2011 including appearances at Reading and Leeds Festivals and stage headline slots at Bestival and Latitude, followed by a European and UK support tour with Wild Beasts.
A third album, Out of Touch in the Wild’ was released on January 14th 2013.
Manchester five piece Dutch Uncles return with new album O Shudder, set to be released on Memphis Industries on February 24, 2015.
‘O Shudder’ was recorded in Wales and Salford with long term collaborator Brendan Williams and features a cameo from Liverpool three piece Stealing Sheep. Without loosing any of their esoteric tendencies, ‘O Shudder’ is Dutch Uncles’ most accessible album yet. Lead singer Duncan Wallis describes the themes of the record as being:Read More
The Manchester-based math pop group Dutch Uncles share their new synth laden single, “Bellio.” The track will be released on their upcoming album Out…Read More
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