"Fresh and inspiring Springsteen-esque direction..." MYSTIC SONS
"...whatever they create feels like magic" SINUSOIDIAL
We have toured extensively over the last decade across the USA, Europe and the UK and like nothing better than performing in front of our amazing fans.
We are having a great time touring up and down the UK so far this year, popping up at festivals and at some of our favourite venues. All being well we will venture out into Europe and the US in 2023
WE ARE THE DUNWELLS
The Dunwells are a successful Leeds based Indie-folk / Americana band with strong vocals, powerful melodies and heartfelt lyrics. Their debut album “Blind Sighted Faith” was released in 2012 following which they have released a further 6 albums/EP’s.
The Dunwells have found favour with audiences across the world having toured extensively in USA, Europe and the UK as well as having supported artists including Mumford and Sons and Elbow on UK tours. They are passionate and prolific singer-song writers having written material for joint collaborations as well as other high profile up and coming artists.
Their recent critically acclaimed release 'Live at Aire Street' has seen the brothers, Joe and Dave Dunwell record their first live album which features popular tracks Communicate, All Time High, Short Stories, Light up the Sky and Battling Life. In 2021, The Dunwell released 3 singles, SUMMERTIME, DAYDREAMER their first festive single, THIS CHRISTMAS TIME.
Their 4th full length studio album, 'TELL ME WHAT YOU WANT' was released on the 19th of May '22, with the two latest singles 'THIS IS LOVE' and 'HOW WILL THEY REMEMBER US?' out also, coinciding with the album release. BREAK MY FALL, their latest standalone release is already a stone cold classic.
"The best is yet to come for the Dunwells..."
- The Huffington Post
"a MUST-see band..."
"Whatever they create feels like magic..."
- Sinusoidal Music
"...only good things can come for The Dunwells, providing a much needed innovative and fresh take on music".
"bring on the new tunes!"
- SP Music Journo