Just because a band has taken a break for more than a decade doesn’t mean they can’t come back and rock the stage once again. While cruising the indie scene this time around we came across “Then You Met Me”, the newest single from The Deathray Davies. Returning after a fifteen year hiatus, The Deathray Davies are back with a ne suite of skills and sounds to release to the masses willing to listen. Not taking the decade long separation for granted, the members of The Deathray Davies have been incredibly busy exploring different avenues in the music world, learning as much as they can to enhance their sound. The ever busy John Dufilho continued to release records under his umbrella of acts including the punk rock CLIFFS, 60’s inematic pop Corner Suns, and indie folk group Cantina.
Even when you go into a production with a clear image or style in mind, it is very rare that the project ends up just like your vision. The Deathray Davies ran into this dilemma on their latest single “Then You Met Me”, a taste from their album Time Well Wasted. Originally going ino the studio to craft a track infused with the magic of the 1960’s Britisih Invasion, The Deathray Davies ended up with a track that sounds just like a Deathray Davies’ track. While the outlines of tracks from The Troggs and The Who are there, inject a dose of punk rock and modern alternative and you’ve reached the version of “Then You Met Me” we know. Looks like the near endless touring and collaborations kept The Deathray Davies from getting a bit rusty after all of this time.
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