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LISTEN: Deaf Havana’s Irresistibly Stark New Track ‘On The Wire’

Jack Rogers
Jack Rogers 29 April 2022 at 10.52

More absolute perfection from the boys.

Deaf Havana
have shared another track from their upcoming album 'The Present Is A Foreign Land', and, once again, it is untouchable.

It's called 'On The Wire' and incorporates some country-style melodies into the band's already soaring sound, and finds vocalist James Veck-Gilodi once again questioning whether the route he is taking is the right one.

It's more honest and open songwriting from a band that are thriving in their rejuvenated state. 

Guitarist Matty Veck-Gilodi had this to say about it:

“On The Wire was the first song that James and I wrote together after spending over a year apart. It came together in a matter of hours and signalled the first moment that we really felt the need to continue Deaf Havana. Immediately upon writing the chorus we felt like we had written our biggest song yet and got us fervently excited about what the future could hold.

"The song itself deals with finding the strength in the struggle to make the positive changes in your life - whilst not necessarily being the easy ones. It's about growing older, pulling yourself together after wasted nights repeating the same damaging mistakes and through that finding the hope that you can change for the better.” 

Here it is:

'The Present Is A Foreign Land' is set to drop on July 15 via SO Recordings, which we spoke to the boys about right HERE

It will also feature 'Kids':

And 'Going Clear':

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