|Feb / 2015||•||Dazes @ The Old Blue Last||London|
|Jan / 2015||•||Blonde Bunny + Dazes @ Shacklewell Arms||London|
|Jan / 2015||•||Dazes Single Launch Party||London|
|Nov / 2014||•||Spotlight Kid + Dazes @ Shacklewell Arms||London|
|Oct / 2014||•||Dazes @ Old Queens Head||London|
|Oct / 2014||•||Dazes @ The Finsbury||London|
|Oct / 2014||•||Liverpool Music Week Closing Party||Liverpool|
|Sep / 2014||•||Dazes @ 93 Feet East||London|
|Jul / 2014||•||Astral Coast Festival||Liverpool|
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‘[Dazes] channel 70s vibes of crooked alleys, grimy city streets and bitter cynicism. Somewhere between the unsettling lullabies of Warpaint and gnashing guitar crunches of The Kills, predatory low-fi seldom comes more hazardous than this.’
The Music Manual
Since forming a little under a year ago, the four-piece are already building a reputation for their live shows, performing at Astral Coast Festival, Liverpool Music Week closing party, and repeat shows at The Shacklewell Arms - playing alongside up-and-coming artists such as Lapsley, Veyu, Hooton Tennis Club and Blonde Bunny.
In January 2015, the band self-released their debut single 'Neon Lover'. It has so far been very well received, with positive reviews, features and radio airplay including Hype Machine, SupaJam, Notes for a Roadsign, Popped Music and Jim Gellatly (Amazing Radio/XFM).
In February, another track 'The Family' made it into Tom Robinson's (BBC Introducing) website Fresh On The Net top 25, as voted for by the site's moderators.
The band's next release is set for May 2015.