Quicks: Depswa Debut, Radiohead Club Tour.
antiMUSIC’s editor Keavin Wiggins spoke with Depswa frontman Jeremy Penick last month and asked him how he would describe Depswa’s sound. Penick responded, “I would say it’s definitely heavy in melody and emotion. It goes from extreme to extreme. Extremely soft in some parts to extremely heavy. Really no boundaries. Mostly, songs I hope that leave you thinking.”
When asked where the title “Two Angels and a Dream” came from Penick said “One of the songs is called ‘Two Angels and A Dream’. The song is kind of a metaphor between like wrong and right or heaven and hell, whatever. The chorus goes, ‘..and I caught between two angels and a dream. One is pulling at my heart, the other rips the seams.’ It’s sort of a metaphor between wrong and right sort of tugging at you at the same time and trying to figure out which way to go or if you’re gonna stay in the middle somehow.”
You can read the full interview on our sister site Rocknworld by clicking here.
Radiohead Hits the Clubs.
Radiohead plan to give some of their UK fans a special up close and personal preview of their new album which hits stores on June 9th.
Radiohead has announced a series of UK club dates for May (see below).
5/17 - Dublin - Olympia
5/18 - Dublin - Olympia
5/19 – Belfast - Waterfront
5/21 – Edinburgh - Corn Exchange
5/22 – Manchester - Apollo
5/24 - London - Shepherds Bush Empire
5/25 – London - Shepherds Bush Empire