Written by Molly McDonough
Subsequent to lead vocalist James Veck-Gilodi asking the band “Do you wanna Havana again?” and two years holed up writing and tempting fans with new music, Deaf Havana’s fourth studio album All These Countless Nights is nearly upon us.
After some time away and serious thought about where the band were heading with their sound after their 2013 album Old Souls, new release Fever is the fifth release from the new album. It follows on from 2016 releases St. Pauls, Trigger and Sing, with the 2015 release Cassiopeia also featuring.
“The slower songs are slower and the heavier songs are heavier” explains drummer Tom Ogden, and this is explicit in the new track track. The heavy rock sound of Fever is great in contrast to prior release St. Pauls, showing fans the new diverse sound that has been 3 years in the making for the band. Once again Deaf Havana are back killing it with their own, diversely distinct sound.
See Deaf Havana on tour in February:
February 17th: Manchester O2 Ritz
February 18th: Glasgow O2 ABC
February 20th: Bristol O2 Academy
February 21st: Birmingham O2 Institute
February 23rd: Norwich The Nick Rayns LCR
February 24th: London O2 Forum Kentish Town
Check out the video for Fever here: