The Deadline Shakes’ new album, Zealots establishes the band as an energetic and creative band that is not afraid to experiment. Opener ‘Bright Spot in a Bad Year’ commences with acoustic guitar and harmonising vocals, which gradually builds into an energetic pop track that also features an electric guitar solo and folk influences - opening the … Continue Reading ››
As we await the soon-to-be realise of The Deadline Shakes new album, they gift us with their new single ‘Phonecalls in the Bath’. Known for their vintage vibe with a mixture of rock, folk and eccentric pop operatic styles, ‘Phonecalls in the Bath’ brings everyone’s favourite pleasures into one extravagant song. This track starts with a single … Continue Reading ››
Fresh from their track ‘Sweeten The Deal’ featuring in the People Make Glasgow advert from the dominant Commonwealth advertising, The Deadline Shakes have been making a noticeable impression. Their new single, ’Slipping From Your Heart is a carbon copy of exactly what the band describes themselves as, “rock, pop, maybe some folk, it rolls and sometimes it … Continue Reading ››
2013 has been the first full year that Rave Child has been running content on a regular basis so it’s only fitting that we a run a best of 2013.
Now, I appreciate I can’t listen to everything, the fact that a new … Continue Reading ››
Glasgow band The Deadline Shakes has been featured on BBC Introducing since forming in 2012 and have already been named as one of BBC Radio Scotland’s Breakout Bands. Their latest single is ‘Bright Spot in a Bad Year’ twirls and dances chaotically, a full on experience of … Continue Reading ››
Having played the opening night of Rave Child’s new showcase in Broadcast, The Deadline Shakes are starting to build up a following on the Glasgow scene for their quirky, scratchy indie-pop. New single ‘Boy’ starts out with folksy acoustic guitar and swooning vocals. The lovelorn duo of Greg … Continue Reading ››
If you only hear one fun 'indie pop' record this year... then you've been living under a rock, or spend too much time on Radio 4. Either way 'Don't You Be Too Cool' is as fun and simple as any decent jaunty post-brit pop indie pop record could … Continue Reading ››