Dutch Uncles Air New Single “At The Wheel”

Dutch Uncles Air New Single "At The Wheel"

Manchester based indie rock/electro-art rock band Dutch Uncles have aired their new single “At The Wheel“.

The track is out now and is taken from their upcoming release ‘No Hooks’, a cassette featuring exclusive unheard cuts and rarities, which will be available at their gigs this December. Get it here.

Speaking about the song’s inspiration, vocalist/lyricist Duncan Wallis said: “The lyrics are a lament of the dreadful feeling that comes with bumping into old faces (usually in the supermarkets of hometowns you haven’t visited for years) who were present at your most embarrassing memories. The farcical pretence one puts on to appear like they have grown and moved on from the past never works of course, because nicknames tend to rhyme with actual names. And thus, ‘Spunkan’ lives on.”

Take a listen below.

Dutch Uncles “At The Wheel”

Dutch Uncles are Andrew Proudfoot (the drums), Duncan Wallis (vocals and piano), Robin Richards (bass) and Peter Broadhead (guitar, synth and electronics). The band formed back in 2004, when they were still in primary school. Their sixth studio album True Entertainment, came out earlier this year via Memphis Industries.

Dutch Uncles Upcoming Tour Dates:

09 Dec – Liverpool, Arts Club
13 Dec – Nottingham, Metronome
15 Dec – Glasgow, King Tuts Wah Wah Hut
16 Dec – Manchester, YES (pink room)