Dog Is Dead.


When I went to watch Good Shoes play Nottingham’s Bodega last year it was in fact ‘Glockenspiel Song’ by support act Dog Is Dead that I found myself humming later that evening. With luscious group harmonies of the Fleet Foxes and Mumford and Sons variety, the uplifting indie-pop sensibility of Mystery Jets, and a much welcomed splash of Jazz courtesy of their saxophonist, Nottingham 5-piece Dog Is Dead is most definitely an up-and-coming indie-pop band to be watching out for.

With a number of support slots for bands such as Mumfords And Sons and OK GO and appearances at the Dot To Dot festivals already in the bag, Dog Is Dead recently found themselves lighting up the BBC introducing stage at this years Glastonbury Festival.

From James Smyllie

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