Gangway was a Danish pop band, active from 1982 to 1998. Gangway consisted of Allan Jensen (lead singer), Henrik Balling (guitar), Torben Johansen (of Escape Artists, keyboards), and four different drummers, Jan Christensen (1982-84), Gorm Ravn-Jonsen (1984-89), Cai Bojsen-Møller (1991-94), and Jeppe Moesgaard (1996-98).
Their first three albums had a Beatles (and sometimes Smiths-esque) guitar pop sound, with a distinct New Wave twist, but later on, particularly on The Quiet Boy Ate The Whole Cake, their influences were more on synthpop, such as that of the Pet Shop Boys. They are also known for their strange and subtle lyrics that are often on the verge of surrealism.
Their most well known song, "My Girl and Me", was a big hit in Denmark and was also played on MTV. It received regular airplay on the modern rock radio station KITS in San Francisco.
The band broke up in 1998, but on 21 October 2006, guitarist/songwriter Henrik Balling and lead singer Allan Jensen finally staged an exclusive reunion show for just 125 people at a small bar in Copenhagen. Torben Johansen was present in the audience.