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The young band Tewteutnenau released their new single on Friday, 15 March.
'Rhedeg Fyny'r Mynydd' is the name of the new track out on the Bryn Rock label.
The band from Uwch Aled managed to make quite an impression in live events during 2023, including in the final round of the Battle of the Bands on the field stage of the National Eisteddfod.
They were also included in Y Selar's ' Young artists to watch 2024 ( ' list published in January this year.


After a successful year in 2023 as the band exploded into prominence, Dadleoli is back with their first product from 2024 in the form of the single 'Rhydd o r Crud'. 
Dadleoli was originally formed through the 'Introducing' Tafwyl 2022 project and since then, they have gone from strength to strength, selling out shows at Clwb Ifor Bach, performing on the big stages in Wales including the National Eisteddfod, Yr Urdd, Tafwyl and Party Ponti, as well as supporting the greats of the scene such as Dafydd Iwan, Candelas and Buncath.
The band's hard work was recently recognised, as they came top in the voting for two of the Cellar Awards 2023 ( categories , namely 'Best New Band or Artist' and 'Best Short Record' for their first EP, 'Days Summer'. 
Efan (lead singer), Jake (piano and guitar), Caleb (drums), Tom (guitar and sax), and Jac (bass) are quickly finding their feet in the studio with their producer, Mei Gwynedd, and there is an energetic, catchy and exciting sound as the band develops with each track. 
'Rhydd O'r Crud' is an anthem for the young Welsh. Anthem shares experiences of finding a way in modern life and escaping the chains of school. 
They came up with the melody while on the Duke of Edinburgh's tour, and like everything Dadleoli does, the ideas of each member are interwoven to create the band's unique sound.

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