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Release Day Picks this week highlights new albums by Deer Tick and Beirut.
Deer Tick has shared an Easter Egg-filled video for “Bluesboy” and detailed a North American tour in support of their new compilation album ‘Mayonnaise.’
Listen to Deer Tick’s cover of The Pogues’ “White City” and the new original “Strange, Awful Feeling” from their upcoming release ‘Mayonaisse’.
Deer Tick will release a new compilation album early next year entitled ‘Mayonnaise’ and unveiled the new song “Hey! Yeah!” as well as a cover of George Harrison’s “Run Of The Mill.”
Watch the surviving member of Nirvana play a six songs with the help of Deer Tick’s John McCauley and Joan Jett last night at CalJam 18.
Watch Deer Tick play a trio of tunes on CBS This Morning’s Saturday Sessions.
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Latest Deer Tick Setlist
Deer Tick at Nalen klubb
- The Dream's in the Ditch
- Clownin' Around
- The Bump
- White City
- Me and My Man
- Sea of Clouds
- Card House
- Hope Is Big
- Baltimore Blues No. 1
- 20 Miles
- Up Where We Belong
- Look How Clean I Am
- These Old Shoes
- You Are So Beautiful
About Deer Tick
From the band that’s been both accurately and inaccurately labeled just about everything this side of Top 40 comes a true-to-form rock-n-roll record. Scratch that, true-to-form is not Deer Tick’s style. Let’s start over…
Naturally, after so many years of critics praising [and making fun of] them for their “folk” and “country” sounds and hardly ever mentioning the fact that they’ve also recorded virtually dozens of other kinds of music, the band wanted to make a record that was truer to their live set (which has gained some notoriety): raw, loud, heartfelt, and completely uninterested in whatever the hell the rest of the music industry is up to. To produce this record, the band recruited the team of Adam Landry and Justin Collins, who produced McCauley’s side-project Middle Brother’s debut album. The results are unlike anything you’ve heard on a Deer Tick album, but Deer Tick achieves something that is a lot more accurate to their live sound. Distorted guitars are aplenty, guitarist Ian O’Neil and drummer Dennis Ryan take lead vocal duties for the first time on record. Man, you can practically smell the sweat and the beer! Shit, you may even hear a guitar or two break somewhere in there! It’s got a little Exile, it’s got a little In Utero, it’s got a little Nilsson Schmilsson, but it’s 100% Deer-Fucking-Tick in their purest, and most carefree form… perhaps that’s because this is the first record they’ve recorded in their home state of Rhode Island… GAH!!! No need to over-think this shit!!! Moving on…
The songs are there. The delivery is in your face. There’s no studio magic. There’s no hiding the fact that Deer Tick is just five regular dudes. This record may rattle your thoughts, and it may make you think differently about Deer Tick, but at least they didn’t make the same album four times in a row, right?
John McCauley – guitar, vocals
Ian O’Neil – guitar, vocals
Chris Ryan – bass, vocals
Rob Crowell – keys, saxophone, vocals
Dennis Ryan – drums, vocals
Longtime Derek Trucks Band and Tedeschi Trucks Band multi-instrumentalist Kofi Burbridge has died at age 57.
The initial 2019 LOCKN’ Festival lineup has been revealed and features Trey Anastasio Band with guest Derek Trucks, Tedeschi Trucks Band with special guest Trey Anastasio and more.
Legendary rockers Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band are approaching the end of their farewell tour.
The inaugural Suwannee Rising Music Festival will feature Lettuce, moe., Oteil & Friends and more.
Railroad Earth confirmed an extensive spring tour that includes April and May legs.