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Boy & Bear (AU)

Boy & Bear are an Australian folk rock band, based out of Sydney, New South Wales. The band began as a solo project for singer-songwriter Dave Hosking in 2009) before quickly expanding into a full band. In February 2009, Hosking uploaded a track, "The Storm", to the Unearthed program on radio station Triple J, it became a featured song at the station. Hosking had met Killian Gavin who was a singer-songwriter and guitarist in Ovell, and the pair started jamming together. Tim Hart, from another university band Wintersound, joined as a drummer and singer-songwriter. Then they expanded with Jake Tarasenko (ex-Tripartisan Approach) on bass guitar. All four had fronted their own groups and became friends after regularly sharing the stage at g...

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Dancing Years (UK)

Dancing Years are a five-piece band based in Leeds who present a refreshing sense of honesty. Songs soar across an orchestral array of instruments or drop to creep along attentive listening ears; fair comparisons are made to Damien Rice's attention to lyrical and harmonic detail as much as they are made to Sigur Ros’ dizzying symphonic climaxes.

Their live performances have seen the band gather an increasing amount of plaudits as a
result of multiple UK headline tours, UK tours supporting Benjamin Francis Leftwich, Dry the River and Jamie N Commons, plus shows supporting the likes of James Vincent McMorrow, Stornoway, Foy Vance and Lone Wolf.

Hide & Seek and French label ZRP co-released their debut single 'He...

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