Scottish band Dananananaykroyd have announced they will break up at the end of their Uk tour after 5 years playing together.
Their name being a play on the batman theme and Dan Aykroyd, you’d be pretty safe in assuming that to Dananananaykroyd are a band to whom fun is very important. Their debut album Hey Everyone, a high energy mixture of punk energy and pop melodies, saw the band catapulted onto the world stage, even touring
Back in 2009 when Dananananaykroyd last toured Australia for Splendour in The Grass their tour was cut short due to an unfortunate accident onstage. Drummer/vocalist John Baillie Jnr had a heavy fall on the third song into the set, breaking his arm, thus the remainder of their set in Sydney and their show in Melbourne
While tickets are still available for Splendour In The Grass, festival promoters have decided to start announcing Splendour sideshows. Good news for fans in WA as mini festival Bright Side will being taking place for the second year running in WA with Splendour acts The Hives, Pulp, Modest Mouse, Tame Impala, The Kills, The Grates,
Scottish band Dananananaykroyd will be releasing their second album ‘There is a way’ on June 13th. The band will release it through their own Pizza College Label, Ross Robinson, who has worked with metal and post-hardcore genre bands such as KoRn, At The Drive In and Glassjaw (and recently worked on the new Klaxons album)
Just a reminder for all those lovers of incomprehensible, double-drumming Scottish garage power-pop