Dance my Darling
The long ringing of the funerary bell, the rumbling of the heavy boots of the conqueror and the silent, melancholic noise...
Dance My Darling is a musical project from Russia, created in 2019 by Roman Munster, formerly the leader of the Russian gothic metal band “Maestro Nosferatu”, which existed from 2008 to 2018, and Alexandra Snork, the keyboards of the Russian post-punk band "Gruppa Hmuryi".
The name “Dance My Darling” is a reference to "Dance Mephisto", the name of the song by Austrian singer Falco, a cover version of which Roman Munster made as part of his previous metal band “Maestro Nosferatu”.
Musically, Dance My Darling spans many genres from electro-pop and dance music to darkwave and post-punk / gothic rock. The brightness and wide range of Roman's voice are the hallmarks of Dance My Darling's sound. Lyrics are dedicated to topics of love, sex, alienation and death.