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Deep.Sleep are an alternative/indie-pop band from Newcastle upon Tyne, fast gaining attention through their catchy and anthemic songs which radiate feel-good vibes and captivate audiences at live shows.
With a fresh line-up and clear focus, Deep.Sleep launched themselves at 2017 with fierce determination that saw them release two singles, '1994' and 'Soho', headline sell out shows and established themselves as one of Newcastle's emerging artists.
Following the release of their debut single ‘1994’, Deep.Sleep have been supported by BBC Introducing in the North East, regularly receiving airplay of both '1994' and 'Soho'. This, combined with a reputation for writing ear-worm-hooks and singalong-choruses, has seen the band consistently sell out headline shows, play alongside the likes of No-One, Cassia, Judas, Mint and Clay, and play at festivals such as Tramlines, Kendal Calling during 2017.
Turning their attention to 2018, a 7-date UK tour is planned alongside additional single releases accompanied by music videos. Having established themselves as ones to watch within Newcastle, Deep.Sleep now have their sights set on audiences further afield and seek to win the hearts of new fans through touring the UK playing both gigs and festivals to enthusiastic crowds eager for fresh indie anthems.
Taking inspiration from the likes of The 1975, Sundara Karma and Blossoms, Deep.Sleep add their own unique take on the popular indie genre and fuel their songwriting through a wealth of diverse and personal experiences that have come from growing up in Newcastle upon Tyne. Constantly writing new material and relentlessly honing their craft both on and off-stage bodes well for the band as they continue to push boundaries, both individually and as a band whilst maintaining the identity that has seen them gain a loyal fanbase.
"The 1975 meets New Order" - Little Indie Blogs
"Brimming with a unique cheerful sound that makes the band stand out from the crowd." - It's All Indie
"There is no doubt that the boys shall thrive in the industry." - Halfway 2 Nowhere
"Utterly loveable indie-pop for dreamers. Having played non-stop in 2017, including some big festivals like Kendal Calling, they've truly honed their skill in getting a crowd going." - Spotlight Music UK