Dreamscape City Sinfonia is a duo consisting of Dee Rose (Vocals) and Neil March (Keyboards/Programming). The pair were in two bands together in the 1990s but a series of tragic events led Dee both to give up singing and retreat into reclusion for a long time until Neil, having returned to the Pop world after a decade of involvement exclusively in contemporary classical composition, persuaded Dee to join him in his new project.

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That was late 2016 and with Dee rediscovering both her voice and her songwriting skills, Dreamscape City Sinfonia have released three singles, featured heavily on internet and independent stations, and recorded most of what will be their debut album (including collaborations with other musicians). In March 2017 their unreleased track The Heart of You was selected by music and broadcasting legend Tom Robinson to be featured on his BBC 6 Music show.

Check out the video for The Heart of You here.

At the moment there are no plans to play live (not least because of personal and health issues) but DCS will be performing a live Red Room session for Radio Dacorum soon. The Heart of You is an example of the sound DCS have developed which they part-jokingly call ‘Pop Noir’ on account of its Film Noir references and epic arrangements. The band released a new single Bad Love through DPT Records on 7th April 2017.

Check out the video for Bad Love here.

You can visit and like their Facebook page here. And follow them on Twitter here.