Los Angeles’ female power duo Deap Vally unleash their gritty new single “Royal Jelly”. Produced by Yeah Yeah Yeahs guitarist Nick Zinner, the track…Read More
Deap Vally are a rock duo formed in Los Angeles, California in 2011. The group consists of Lindsey Troy (guitar, vocals) and Julie Edwards (drums). In the heart of Silver Lake, California, Edwards met Troy at a needlework class. They bonded over their love of music, specifically the blues and hence, Deap Vally was formed.
Over the past year, the girls live demos and videos have circulated online. Deap Vally officially released their debut single, ‘Gonna Make My Own Money’, on Ark Recordings on July 30, 2012. ‘Gonna Make My Own Money’ received an overwhelming positive response in both the U.S. and the U.K. They played their first London show at the Old Blue Last pub and venue in early July, where several other bands have made their mark. They have also landed spots at music festivals such as Hyde Park with Iggy Pop in London, United Kingdom, Latitude Festival in Henham Park in Suffolk, United Kingdom. Their live shows draw similar comparisons to Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney of The Black Keys, as well as guitar blues influences from Jack White.
Deap Vally will close out the 2012 year with a debut performance in Japan in November, where they will share the stage with the likes of Thurston Moore and Dinosaur Jr., among others.
Deap Vally’s debut album will be released under Island Records / Communion in 2013.
Los Angeles based rock-duo Deap Vally are excited to release a new music video for “Baby I Call Hell” today. The video, directed by Jess Holzworth, features a track not yet available in the US, but will be featured on the band’s upcoming debut album SistrionixRead More
Los Angeles’ all-female rock-duo Deap Vally have announced details of their upcoming tour, including dates with The Yeah Yeah Yeahs and dates co-headling with Free Energy. The girls will play a number of shows this spring and summerRead More