As Californian duo Deap Vally add a Liverpool leg to their UK jaunt this autumn, Getintothis’ Jake Marley exclusively reports on what promises to be a riotous night down the north docks.
The duo announced the follow-up to their much-loved debut album Sistrionix would be titled Femejism and is out on September 16 via Nevado Music.
Gnarly installment Smile More followed as lead single soon claiming Annie Mac‘s Hottest Record in the World accolade on Radio 1. The album is produced by Nick Zinner of Yeah Yeah Yeahs and described as a “fuck you collection.”
Having previously rocked the very foundations of The Shipping Forecast, East Village Arts Club and Mountford Hall, this date at one of Liverpool’s hip new music spaces, the Invisible Wind Factory marks a quadruple of Liverpool venues for Deap Vally and is sure to be a riot of gigantic proportions.
Support on the night comes from Denver Rockers The Velveteers and Liverpool’s own fuzz-driven quintet Indigo Moon.
1. Royal Jelly
4. Little Baby Beauty Queen
5. Smile More
7. Post Funk
8. Two Seat Bike
9. Bubble Baby
10. Teenage Queen
11. Grunge Bond
12. Turn It Off
13. Heart Is An Animal
Deap Vally play Invisible Wind Factory, Liverpool, Tuesday September 20, tickets are £12, available 9am Wednesday July 13.