Alt-rockers Deep Sky Objects return this summer with their second single from their raved-about debut EP ‘Deep Sky Objects’.
After the success of the Kerry band’s spring tour, the band have lined up a string of dates across Ireland including INEC’s Future Sounds. The dark, anti-anthem ‘Desire’ pulls no punches with Kevin O’Brien’s vocals allowed to roam their full range. We see the band come into their own with this rockier follow-up to debut single ‘This City’s at War’ while keeping true to their melodic song writing which is set for release July 23, 2018.
Drawing on the band’s influences from The Smiths, Interpol and Radiohead while incorporating their flair for a hook worm bridge, ‘Desire’ is fuelled by Thomas O’Brien’s thundering drumming and DD Foley’s driving bass-line before reaching its culmination with a radiant riff that exhibits the band’s innate talent for smart songwriting and honest performance.
Deep Sky Objects recorded their debut self-titled EP ‘Deep Sky Objects’ in Whitewell Studios with Ciaran O’Shea. The EP was subsequently mastered by Fergal Davis. In March 2018 Deep Sky Objects released their debut single ‘This City’s at War’ to an eager audience and received extensive airplay across regional radio as well as national.
July 12 – The Workman’s Club, Dublin
July 21 – Metalman Bar, Waterford
July 28 – Nellie Freds, Dingle
August 3 – Indiependence Festival, Cork
August 5 – Luker’s Bar, Shannonbridge, Offaly
September 13 – Whelan’s, Dublin
October 17 – Kelly’s, Cavan
November 17 – INEC FUTURE SOUNDS, Killarney