Tiny Dancers

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Tiny Dancers
Origin South Elmsall, West Yorkshire, England
Genres Indie pop, folk pop, power pop[1]
Years active 2005–2009
Labels Parlophone
Members David William Kay
Chris Etherington
Dale Wathey
Duncan Morrison
David Glover

Tiny Dancers were an English band from South Elmsall, West Yorkshire. They are David William Kay (vocals, acoustic guitar), Chris Etherington (lead guitar, keyboards), Dale Wathey (bass guitar), Duncan Morrison (drums) and David Glover (keyboards, glockenspiel, percussion, guitar). Based in Sheffield, they signed to Parlophone in early 2006 and supported acts as diverse as The Spinto Band, Babyshambles, Richard Ashcroft, Larrikin Love, Bob Dylan, as well as a co-headlining tour with Ghosts and their own headline tour.

Their debut album, entitled Free School Milk, produced by John Leckie of The Stone Roses fame, was released on 11 June 2007.

The band has since split up, with members planning solo projects.



Singles and EPs[edit]

  • "Bonfire of the Night" / "Deep Water" Released 31 July 2006, 7" (500 only), Russian Doll Records
  • "Hannah We Know" / "I've Got to Go" Released 18 September 2006, 7" (500 only), Russian Doll Records
  • "Lions and Tigers and Lions" EP Released 20 November 2006, 12" (with 7") and CD, Parlophone
  • "I Will Wait For You" Released 19 March 2007 (#36 UK), 2x 7" and CD, Parlophone[2]
  • "Hannah We Know" Released 28 May 2007 (#33 UK), 2x 7" and CD, Parlophone[2]
  • "Ashes and Diamonds" Released 11 September 2007, Parlophone


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