Deeper are a Chicago-based post-punk band who’ve been steadily crafting their sound and conceptual attack for the past few years, in preparation for the release of their current self-titled debut. There’s a touch of anxious nostalgia to their guitar tones, with groove-loving beats and vocals stabbing thru the sound, recalling the best of 80’s and 90’s bands riding the line between art and rebellion. It’s a feeling that sounds just right these days, and the band stopped by Serious Business Music in DUMBO, Brooklyn to share their songs with us in this special session.
Deeper’s self-titled debut LP is available now from Fire Talk Records.
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