Being in a band is like being in a marriage: sometimes it’s magical, sometimes it’s unbearably challenging. To reinvigorate that marriage, Deap Vally have made their third album “Marriage”. Deap Vally is an American rock duo, formed in Los Angeles, California in 2011. The group consists of Lindsey Troy and Julie Edwards.
Deap Vally debuted in 2011 with a primal mix of hard rock and greasy blues riffs, like the White Stripes colliding with the Black Keys. The female indie duo formed in Los Angeles after guitarist/howler Lindsey Troy took a crocheting class taught in a San Fernando shop by drummer Julie Edwards. The two swapped CDs from their respective projects and soon decided to jam together. Choosing an image based on halter tops and short jean shorts, they played their first show at Silverlake Lounge. Their raucous on-stage presence would earn them opening slots with acts like Muse, Peaches, Wolfmother, the Vaccines, and Red Hot Chili Peppers.
Last month they performed at showcase festival SXSW, and last week the duo released the LALANDE remix of “Billions”.