Deeds 'Exile' Tour | Brisbane, Qld

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From the ashes of now-defunct indie orchestra Inland Sea comes Brisbane rock outfitDEEDS. Four years on from his prior band’s separation, frontman and songwriter Beau Lindsay found a way to ‘get the band back together’, rounding up three of his former bandmates with new songs and a new vision.

Taken from their forthcoming EP (out June 3rd), "Exile" lives up to the bands self applied tagline of sounding "...like The National on blue meth". Deviating from the soft touch of previous single "Dream Song", "Exile" combines gritty vocals with a galloping drumline to create a building track that muses on desperation and relationships..

“Exile is purely about living in a world filled with other peoples expectations of you. Its a constant struggle with a fake idea of expression and self absorbed motives. Every now and then you just need to escape and regroup to have a better understanding of who you are so that you don't get caught up in the intensity that is the world we live in” - Beau Lindsay on "Exile"

DEEDS hit the studio in 2015 with producer Govinda Doyle (Angus and Julia Stone) and are gearing up to release their debut EP. DEEDS blend powerful indie rock song writing with the added punch of a QOTSA or Foo Fighters record. “Exile”, as well as the forthcoming EP flaunts a sound that ranges from delicate to monumental which evokes a feeling that will stay with you long after you’ve finished listening.

The EP was recorded by Govinda Doyle who worked on the Fortune EP with Inland Sea which made for a smooth recording process as Lindsay explains, “he really knew how to get the best takes out of all of us and pushed us to be better without breaking our spirit. The recording process can be soul destroying sometimes but Govinda knows how to handle Prima Donna’s such as us. We are always demanding fresh fruits and Chamomile tea every session.”
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