From their first gig in Nice ‘n’ Sleazys in Glasgow to the DMZ Peace Train Festival in Korea, Colonel Mustard & The Dijon 5 have been together for 10 years, and it has all been leading up to the release of ‘Ted Dancin’. This track is a masterpiece that makes the listener want to dance in all the locations mentioned:
“Dancing in the kitchen with the pots and pans and spoons. Dancing in the forest with some magic mushrooms. Dancing with the car park, setting off the car alarms. Dancing with a leprechaun and his lucky charms”.
The locations the band dares the listener to dance in go on throughout the song, making the overall message of this track “dance like nobody’s watching”.
‘Ted Dancin’ is for those who love living in the moment and creating fun filled memories. Famous for genre switching, Colonel Mustard & The Dijon 5, are taking the spotlight and running with it, and they are having an amazing time while making music that is uplifting for any ears. They are the ultimate festival band and would bring energy to a room full of pensioners.