The ultimate festival band, Barrowland Hall of Famers and SAMA best live act and Pure M Magazine best international act Colonel Mustard & The Dijon 5 are famed for their genre hopping, yellow pollen count of happiness , with shiny disco ball hats, inflatable unicorns and crowd participation, fun and laughter at the heart of their live performances. The Korean audience loved the single Peace, Love & Mustard so much, they were invited back to play the inaugural DMZ Peace Train Festival at the border between North and South. They are a party at its most outrageous and ridiculous. The Dijon 5 have their 2nd album The Difficult Number 2 due for release 30th April 21. Lead single G.T. was championed by Amy Lame on BBC 6 Music, as was follow up single Ted Dancin' inspired by Cheers and Curb Your Enthusiasm comedy legend Ted Danson. Next single This Is Your House features dance music legend Mary Kiani and DopeSickFly frontman Ant Thomaz. With special guests on the album including Alabama 3 outlaw Larry Love, as well as comedy actor friends Gavin Mitchell and Proffesor Elemental, rapper David Kayceone and the Castlemilk Youth Complex Choir, its more cult than difficult! Expect the unexpected in the Dijonverse.