Decades After Paris is a music project by Danton Jay & Heather Lynn that explores the issues brought on by climate change. Their music is engaging and thought provoking; climate fiction at its funkiest - Beyond the music, their efforts involve educating and facilitating dialogue about the issues at schools and festivals.
Stream or download our music from your preferred provider. If you’re not signed up with one already, we suggest streaming our music on SoundCloud cause it’s free! Click on the icons below to start listening:
All our videos can be watched on YouTube. Click the video above to watch our latest. Or click the icons below to go to our Youtube page, or to check out the selection on our website's video page.
Catch our events as an acoustic duet, or with our full band (eight pieces w/ the brass and bk vox). When performing we either do a straight concert, or a performance blended with facilitated learning (great for festivals & schools).
A comprehensive page with all our lyrics is coming soon. Stay tuned!
We are always keen to meet like minded creatives. Our efforts and music are a small piece of a large effort where it's improtant to work together. If you want to partner up, or use our content for one of your own projects send us an email
Contact & Booking
Contact us by email for booking and or partnerships; or whatever really. The email address is at the bottom of the website. Reach out on social media too - we play there as well.