Deeper share "Feels" from self-titled debut, embark on tour (2018)

Deeper are sharing the latest single, “Feels,” from their forthcoming self-titled debut album (out May 25 on Fire Talk Records). “‘Feels’ was one of those happy coincidence songs. We just set up one day and it came together after about three runs,” explains the band. “We wanted to make a punk song that was more dynamic than most, so the process for this one was different than most of our songwriting. Typically we flesh out ideas until we exhaust where each part could go, but ‘Feels; came together quickly and very naturally. The beauty of how we wrote ‘Feels’ is we never get sick of playing it live.”

Deeper is Nic Gohl (singer and guitarist), Mike Clawson (guitarist), Shiraz Bhatti (drummer) and Drew McBride (bassist). The band honed their sound over the course of 2015 and 2016 in basements, lofts and anywhere that would have them. Call it post-punk, call it indie rock, Deeper is a record that steps in and out of boxes filtered through an unmistakable midwestern lens. It’s observational, poetic and influenced by nuance.
Deeper has made their mark supporting like-minded acts Omni, Protomartyr, Chris Cohen and fellow Chicago powerhouses Whitney and NE-HI along with their own sold out headlining shows and official after parties at Pitchfork Festival and Lollapalooza. Starting next week they will tour North America in support of Deeper and play a record release show at Union Pool in Brooklyn on May 25.
Deeper Tour Dates:
5.18 – Chicago, IL @ Empty Bottle
5.19 – Indianapolis, IN @ State Street Pub
5.21 – Cincinnati, OH @ Northside Tavern (w/ Smut, Café Racer)
5.21 – Nashville, TN @ Mercy Lounge (w/ Iceage)
5.22 – Atlanta, GA @ 529 (w/ Omni)
5.23 – Baltimore, MD @ EMP Collective
5.24 – Washington, DC @ Comet Ping Pong
5.25 – Brooklyn, NY @ Union Pool
5.26 – Boston, MA @ Black Lodge
5.27 – Northampton, MA @ Red Cross
5.28 – Philadelphia, PA @ Everybody Hits
5.29 – Richmond, VA @ Flora
5.31 – Columbus, OH @ Spacebar
6.03 – Chicago, IL @ Do Division Festival