Dancæstral “The Distance”
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Dancæstral “The Distance”

Dancæstral (daːnsɛs.tɹəl): Reckless and impetuous dance, arisen from overwhelming exposure to music.

The band combined atmosphere adrenaline, anger and clever inspiration to express this primordial, instinctive and basic human reaction.

It starts when you let yourself go to the music, just out of the box, free from conventions and materialism we’re usually absorbed, confined and inhibited by.

Sound envelopes the body which moves in a weird, uncoordinated way. Barriers break down, other people expectations and shame are gone.

In that moment we’re just “the all singing, all dancing crap of the world” as Tyler Durden from ‘Fight Club’ would say.

-Official bio

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