PHOTO by MATT EACHUS
Deadset Dream are swiftly earning a reputation for their blistering live act. The high-flying alt pop-punks take from Don Broco, Mallory Knox and You Me At Six, and offer a truly addictive and powerful take on energetic alt-rock, and the Sheffield quintet have just released a spanking new single, ‘Blah’.
Quickly gaining industry support, the band have had personal backing from Judas Priest’s Rob Halford and airplay from Kerrang! Radio, as well as rampant support from BBC Introducing, and they were also hand-picked by Festival Republic to play their stage at last year’s Reading and Leeds festivals.
On the back of this success, the five-piece completed a vigorous UK tour with Hertfordshire pop/rock quartet Room94 and Liverpool pop-punk singer-songwriter Bronnie, alongside several headline shows throughout the country.
The South Yorkshire collective are constantly honing their craft and regularly frequent the studio with the likes of producer Jim Pinder, who has worked with such outfits as SHVPES and As Lions, and Ben Sansom, lead guitarist of Lower Than Atlantis.
The band have many plans for 2018, including another UK tour this spring, and the release of their new single, ‘Blah’, which perfectly captures the essence of the quintet’s sound: hard-hitting riffs accompanied by melodic nuances, wrapped around a carefully constructed anthemic refrain.
With further singles and tours in the works, nothing will stand in Deadset Dream’s way. Get ready for your favourite new band.
‘BLAH’, THE NEW SINGLE FROM DEADSET DREAM, IS NOW AVAILABLE TO STREAM, DOWNLOAD OR PURCHASE FROM SPOTIFY, iTunes, APPLE MUSIC, GOOGLE PLAY & AMAZON MUSIC.
THE BAND WILL BE EMBARKING ON A UK TOUER OVER EASTER, ALONGSIDE AS DECEMBER FALLS, LED BY LANTERNS, AND LEAP YEAR. FURTHER DETAILS CAN BE FOUND BELOW:
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