5 Songs, 19 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

Dunwells Done Different

Chairman Meow Approves

This album is a bit different from some of their earlier work. This is definately a bit more produced than their earlier stuff, but it does make for some good listening. Nothing ground breaking on style, but it is easy to listen to while driving. I would forsee a few of these songs getting radio repeat as they are catchy in all the right places. They play around with mixing litte bit of everything into this EP. Definately worth a listen, if you are like me and the first song catches you. Curious to see if this will have any bearing on what direction their next full album takes.

About The Dunwells

Leeds-based folk-rock outfit the Dunwells feature a pair of siblings -- Joseph (vocals, guitar) and David Dunwell (vocal, piano, banjo, guitar) -- along with a pair of their school friends: Rob Clayton on bass and Adam Taylor on drums. Formed in 2009, the band specialize in lush four-part vocal harmonies and employ a heady mix of electric and acoustic instrumentation, drawing comparisons to Mumford & Sons and Fleet Foxes plus legends like the Eagles and Crosby, Stills & Nash. The Dunwells released their debut album, Blind Sighted Faith, through the Playing in Traffic label in February 2012. Resequenced, retitled, and with some alternate versions and remixes, the album was released in the U.K. in 2013 as Follow the Road. The following year, the group delivered the EP Show Me Emotion. In 2015, the Dunwells returned with another EP, the four-song Lucky Ones, which featured production from the band along with James Flannigan. ~ James Christopher Monger

Leeds, England