DANCING HEALS LAUNCH “DIAMONDS” SINGLE & VIDEO AT GRACE DARLING


Melbourne popsters Dancing Heals will launch their brand new single and video clip, “Diamonds” at the Grace Darling on Friday, May 20th, joined by their good friends Stephan & Manuel, making their debut as a duo, The Shards, a one time only sensation consisting of members from Jaguar Spring and On Like Kong.

For Dancing Heals, 2010 was a hectic year of establishing themselves with solid gigging, including a four-week stint winning over the LA indie club circuit.

This year, they have kept themselves relatively quiet on the live scene, playing a handful of gigs whilst getting ready to record their debut album.

“Diamonds” has always been one of the highlights of Dancing Heals’ live set and they are thrilled to have their epic vision finally put to tape in a form that still captures the band’s live energy, thanks to the combined talents of producer Mandy Kane and mixing maestro Tony Espie (The Holidays, The Avalanches).

The launch will include a screening of the “Diamonds” music video, directed by local visual whizz, Timothy White.

Pre-sale tickets are available at $8 + BF through Moshtix, and $12 at the door. Doors open at 9pm.

 

LISTINGS INFO:

Dancing Heals (single launch)

Stephan & Manuel + The Shards

Rock/Pop

Friday, May 20th, 9pm

Pre-sales $8+bf/$12 door

Grace Darling Hotel, 114 Smith St, Collingwood

Ph:  03 9416 0055 / www.moshtix.com.au

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2 Responses to “DANCING HEALS LAUNCH “DIAMONDS” SINGLE & VIDEO AT GRACE DARLING”

  1. peter nevile Says:

    like the clip and the music

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