The Wigan Psychedelic Rock Band’s Upcoming EP Launch Show
The show will take place on Friday April 29 with backing bands from the North West, Awooga from Sheffield and Red Spektor from Stoke-On-Trent.
Doors to the venue will open at 7 p.m. and the event will end at 2 a.m. with a DJ set and afterparty.
The trio, David Rybka – vocals and guitar, Thomas Doherty – on bass and Adam Owens – on drums, will host the show themselves as their last two album launches have been a big hit in their home town of Wigan.
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They also have their new single, Life Is Beauty, out the same day along with a music video.
The group recently gave an excellent concert at the HRH Psych 2022 and was also invited to support the amazing Nightstalker at Rebellion in Manchester on June 22.
Deepshade vocalist and guitarist David said: “Finally our best piece of music to date will be released to the public live and we can’t wait.
“We also have our French saxophonist who comes for the show.
“We are so excited to play in our hometown again! Wigan’s music scene is thriving and has been since the days of the old big festival, which we would love to see put back into the hands of musicians for musicians.”
Guild Productions band manager Beckie said: ‘This show is becoming one of the heaviest rock nights Wigan has seen in many years.
“Including a full range of original bands featuring local talent at your local club.
“Deepshade leads into something bigger, having played a fantastic set at HRH PSYCH over the holiday weekend and their upcoming support show for Nightstalker’ – Beckie at Guild Productions.”
deep shadoware increasingly recognized for their formidable and uncompromising grungy alternative-psych rock identity, laced with trippy stoner vibes that draw inspiration from mainstream artists such as King Buffalo, Earthless and Weedpecker, while incorporating the fundamental elements of artists influential such as Nirvana, Kyuss, Soundgarden, Black Sabbath and The Doors.