While in Toronto during their tour with Wolfmother, we had the pleasure of catching up with Lindsey Troy, frontwoman to badass alternative-rock duo Deap Vally. Currently working on their sophomore record, AMBY couldn't wait to get the details on what the band has in store. Dive into our exclusive interview
Each month, AMBY will post a playlist comprised of shows we cannot wait to hit up! Dive into our first playlist where we share which artists we're exciting to see in February 2016!
Playlist by Daniela Tantalo (@DGMT16) and Alicia Atout (@AliciaAtout)
For someone so small of stature – believe me they are because I've stood next to them – Deap Vally were, for me and 1200 others packed into a sweaty Leadmill in Sheffield, the undoubted stars of the Tramlines Festival:
Since the release of their first single “Gonna Make My Own
Put simply... I love Deap Vally! They're one of my favourite bands. I think they're incredibly awesome and I really hope I get the opportunity to see them live. I couldn't make it to their last Liverpool gig so I'm hoping the ladies return to the city in the near
X&Y Festival in Liverpool: a two day event that showcases the many up and coming bands from all over the country.The first day of X&Y Festival kicks off on a sunny Liverpool afternoon. The day consisted of bands taking over the o2 academy, both upstairs and downstairs stages being rocked
Listening to Deap Vally is akin to getting laced between the eyes with a sonic punch. The duo consisting of Lindsey Troy and Julie Edwards create music that is raw, rough and ready. Having played with The Vaccines and Muse, these Ladies have quite the lethal live show going on