WHERE CLUB CULTURE AND INDIE MUSIC COLLIDE: DBFC’S DEBUT ALBUM ‘JENKS’ IS OUT TODAY

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Tolerance, banging tunes, and the universally unifying theme of luuurve come together in DBFC’s debut album ‘Jenks’, which has just this morning been unleashed into the world in all its indie-shoegaze-electro glory.

Here’s a bit of ‘Jenks’ backstory…

Manchester-born David Shaw and French artist Dombrance met in 2012, drawn together by a Parisian underworld that flitted between techno and psychedelia, club culture and rock mythology. Refusing to place down boundaries, they simply went into the studio, turned on their equipment and jammed – debut album Jenks followed naturally. Striking out at the cynicism of the everyday, the pair seem able to cut straight to the heart of the matter. “What we sing about is the universal theme, which is love,” David explains, “As corny as it sounds, that’s in fact what we’re talking about: tolerance and love.”

Stream ‘Jenks’ or buy the LP / CD at our shiny new store

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