The Dunwells return to live audiences in June after virtual shows over lockdown

An Indie-folk band who played 220 free virtual shows over lockdown to boost fans morale are returning to play for a live audience at Southwark venue London Omeara on June 27.

The Dunwells, made up of brothers Dave and Joe Dunwell, provided a dose of positivity for viewers with their live streamed shows, as well as a chance to hear one of their 20 new songs.

They said: “We were blown away by how many people kept tuning in every day and sharing their positive stories including fans from all over the world. This inspired our new music collection which as a result has a positive, optimistic thread throughout.”

The Dunwells are set to release a new single in June, with more music following later in 2021.



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