After recently releasing their debut self-titled album and appearing on Jack Saunders’ Radio 1 Future Sounds, as scouted by Jake Bugg, Sancho Panza have confidently re-emerged from lockdown with more funk and edge than ever before.
With two sold-out headliner shows at The Bodega Social Club and an appearance on Tom Robinson’s BBC 6 Music Introducing Mixtape, Sancho Panza’s music offers escapist idealism, presenting surrealist imagery through tracks such as Suit & Hat & Hydro Hotel.
Dominating indie playlists on Spotify with their debut single Rearrange The Diamonds, Jake Bugg cites Sancho Panza as “The most exciting new band in Nottingham”.
Coming off their 8 date UK Tour, this May will see the band take the stage for Nottingham’s Splendour Festival, Bristol’s Dot To Dot & a headline show at The Sebright Arms.
The coming months await the release of Sancho Panza’s disco-driven new sound.
Previously featured on Jack Saunders’ Radio One Future Sounds, Tom Robinson 6 Music, John Kennedy Radio X & Headline artists for BBC Introducing Live 2021
“Skilfully interwoven sonic textures of dreampop and indie-rock with less obvious influences” – DEAN JACKSON BBC INTRODUCING…
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