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The duo made the Top 10 Live Shows of 2021 list by Kev Rowland of Muzic.net.nz, so don't miss out. Spaces are limited.
In August 2019 Welsh singer-songwriter Danni Parsons found harmonic delight in the raw vocals of Kiwi rock and roller Lance Shepherd, and In The Shallows was born. Together they offer up an exquisitely diverse and silken sound that weaves together soaring harmonies, mesmerising vocals and acoustic guitars with relatable lyrics about intricate tales of love, loss, connection, redemption and empowerment.
Their 5-star rated debut album released in November 2021, won over the ears, heart and soul of muzic.net.nz's Kev Rowland. Highly recommended, their last single There You Are also received 5 stars from muzic.net.nz and was voted the Top 10 Single for 2021. Let's Not Start a War received a 10/10 review from UK's House of Prog and was reviewed enthusiastically by many media outlets around the world.
Guitarist and vocalist Lance has worked as a touring/recording guitarist with Martina Topley-Bird (ex Tricky), with producers such as Johnny Dolla (Massive Attack) Leila Arab (Bjork), and has played a number of high profile radio, television and live shows throughout Europe and the US.
Vocalist and songwriter Danni was raised in Wales, moving to Aotearoa in 2005. Once settled in Wellington, she went on to co-write lyrics with Mara Simpson (Mara and the Bushkas), who both performed in Wellington band Soul Caravan. Danni also works as an actor/body double, in casting and as a crew member on international film productions, in television and theatre (Mortal Engines, Ghost in the Shell & Avatar).
Danni's voice is described by LA reviewer Edgar Allan Poets as having "a high, delicate timbre that mesmerised him as the mermaids did with Ulysses in Homer's Odyssey."
Their debut album tour took them to 22 festivals and venues throughout NZ in summer 2020/21 and they're not slowing down with another jam-packed summer tour in 21/22.