Dananananaykroyd announce they will split up later this year

Scottish band will part ways after their tour ends in November

Dananananaykroyd have announced that they will be splitting up after they finish their November tour.

The Scottish six-piece released two albums during their five year career, their debut ‘Hey Everyone!’ in 2009 and its follow-up ‘There Is A Way’ earlier this year.

The band have issued a statement, which reads as follows:

We all still love each other very much. For a band called Dananananaykroyd we’ve done more than we ever expected or possibly even intended and we’ve enjoyed nearly every step of the way. We’re very keen at the same time to make sure we’re never compromising or giving anything less than 100 per cent and at this juncture of our collective lives, it makes sense to go out with a bang – which is exactly what this tour will be.


Dananananaykroyd will tour for the last time next month. They will play 12 dates across the UK in October and November, which kick off in their hometown of Glasgow on October 29 and run until November 12, when they headline Newcastle‘s Cluny venue.

Dananananaykroyd will play:

Glasgow ABC (October 29)
Manchester Deaf Institute (31)
Leicester Firebug (November 1)
Brighton The Haunt (3)
London Kings College Students Union (4)
Bristol Cooler (5)
Stoke Sugarmill (6)
Portsmouth Wedgewood Rooms (7)
Exeter Cavern (8)
Oxford Bullingdon Club (10)
York Fibbers (11)
Newcastle Cluny (12)

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