“Powerful and atmospheric, ‘VI’ the new album from ‘The Danse Society’ totally takes you to another level, keeps the blood flowing with their signature sound and rich and dark mood…”

And now you can download 2 tracks from ‘VI’ for free!

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The Danse Society

The Danse Society release V1 their 6th studio album on 25th Sept 2015

  SEAN PALFREY of DOMINION MAGAZINE – “the band’s  chemistry and passion is without question”

 JASON WHITE of ALTERNATIVE BARNSLEY – “The Danse  Society play a nightmarish lounge band with aplomb, think a  Lynchian Cabaret.”

 ROBERT SMITH – “They honestly believed they were the undead, I thought it was charming”

As the legendary reviewer Mick Mercer says “The Danse Society are stirring, thoughtful and Adventurous” and this new album is their most adventurous yet. Their 6th studio album, (the third since the reformation and addition of  new vocalist Maethelyiah and first since the refreshed line up last year bringing in young fresh blood and influences) is an incredibly powerful yet atmospheric journey. In short, if you are a fan of iconic bands such as Killing Joke, The Cure, Joy Division, Echo and the Bunnymen or Siouxse and The Banshees or love newer acts such as Radiohead, Muse, Royal Blood and Death Cab for Cutie, The Danse Society ‘VI’ is a must have for your collection.

10 original brand new tracks ranging from the brash and heavy ‘Star Whisperer’ and ‘Freak Show’ to the lighter ‘Doodlebug and ‘Into the Red’ intermixed with the atmospheric yet catchy ‘Bloodstream’ and ‘Karma Machine’ – I guarantee you will not get this album off your turntable once you put it on – it supplies new ear candy with every listen.

For a limited time The Danse Society is giving away two tracks from their new album VI. Just enter your name and email address in the right hand side of this site and you will be immediately sent the download link to the free tracks.

So enter your name and email address now, load up your ipod, and turn it up. Because as one review said “this music pulls on your ears, like good music should!”

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