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PREMIERE: Deep Heat — It Remains

Friday, January 29th, 2016

Melbourne’s Deep Heat occupy the perfect niche for disciples of the Our Band Could Be Your Life indie rock underground of the US — somewhere at the intersection of the bass-driven post-punk of Pylon, the garage leanings of the Wipers, echoes of Built to Spill’s sense of melody, with occasional flourishes reminiscent of later DC hardcore. Today we’re very excited to share ‘It Remains’, the second track taken from Still Life, the band’s forthcoming full-length.

Deep Heat are launching Still Life with a run of east-coast dates in April, with some staggering supports in tow, and will preview tracks from their debut LP at Melbourne community radio PBS 106.7FM’s Drive Live, taking place all next week at the station’s Collingwood studios.

Thursday April 14 — Phoenix Bar, Canberra
w/ Bobby Kill, Passive Smoke, Agency

Friday April 15 — Janes (AA), Wollongong

w/ Burlap, The Nuclear Family, Solid Effort

Saturday April 16 — Blackwire (AA), Sydney
w/ Shrapnel, Aloha Units, Delivery Boys

Friday April 22 — Visions Gallery (AA), Brisbane
w/ Sick People, Occults, Clever

Saturday April 23 — Trainspotters, Brisbane
w/ 100%, Deafcult, Submissives

Saturday April 30 — The Curtin, Melbourne
w/ Love of Diagrams, Deaf Wish, Bits of Shit and Mollusc

Still Life is out April 22 on Poison City Records.