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Dead Natives are Liam Dutch, Robbie Ferguson, Adam Payne and Colin Marshall - a four-piece indie rock band from the UK.
With soaring guitars and vocals coursing with attitude Dead Natives adopt elements of psychedelic rock and modern brit-pop.
'Serious Business' - BBC Introducing: The South
"Soaring and anthemic, London’s Dead Natives are proving themselves at the top of their game" - Gigslutz
Tell us a bit about yourself? We are Dead Natives - a four-piece indie rock band from London (UK).
There are a lot of emerging Artists in the UK right now. What sets you apart from the rest? We've got tons of attitude and good songs, we're always learning and trying to develop ourselves. It's important the general public get music they can relate to and that makes them feel something - even if it's just walking differently. We put a modern spin on a 90's vibe and combine various other influences. Sometimes It doesn't matter about being unique, it's just about having songs that people will love alongside passion and drive.
What’s you back-story? The songs we write are made for everyone, they're about things that are relevant in everybody's lives. Everyone can relate to break ups, or wanting to break out or having a pop at the system. All the songs we write are true to ourselves but are also universal
What are you working on at the moment? We're always writing! it's important to keep writing and improving. We've just released a single called 'I Got Menace' and the follow up is planned for November. The next plan is to work on a third single for release in the new year - we currently have 3/4 choices for that
What's the first song you remember hearing? twinkle twinkle little star... Nah joking probably Squeeze - Up The Junction or Mambo no5
You're in a Karaoke Bar - What's your go to song? 50 Cent - Candy Shop
What was the first gig you went to? The Last Shadow Puppets - Hammersmith Apollo
Which song do you wish you'd written? Happy Birthday... Imagine the royalites.. nah probably The Drugs Don't Work by The Verve
Which song changed your life? Arctic Monkeys - The View From The Afternoon
Which song would you like played at your funeral? I'll be making a playlist for my funeral...
What song is stuck in your head right now? Disclosure - Magnets
What was the first Album you bought? 50 Cent - The Massacre
Which song made you want to play music? Arctic Monkeys - The View From The Afternoon