Dantevilles return with new single ‘Bloomin’ Flowers’

Dantevilles 2019 press shot

Manchester four piece Dantevilles have just dropped their brand new single Bloomin’ Flowers. The new track follows on from the self-titled debut EP which was releases last year. Listen to Bloomin’ Flowers below.

Like their previous releases, Bloomin’ Flowers was produced by The Courteeners bassist Joseph Cross. The song was written during a late night session but then shelved for some time before drums were added and unleashed the song’s whole potential.

The band comment:

The title plays off of Mancunian slang with Bloomin’ meaning to be blessed or blamed. The rest of the song is about how our understanding of love and relationships have changed over time.

Bloomin’ Flowers is available via all digital retailers.

Dantesville – Bloomin’ Flowers

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Deborah

Music blogger by night, SEO by day. Started Indie is not a Genre in 2011, will always prefer live music over recordings and intimate pub gigs over arena shows.

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