“With a sound similar to Eve 6 vocally and Smashing Pumpkins musically, Deaf Poets takes the best and discards the rest, wraps it up, and magically makes the sound their own. This is gritty, grunge, DIY for the future.” – AudioFuzz

Proving that Rock & Roll is alive and reverberating out of places you’d least come to expect it, Miami rock duo Deaf Poets are solidifying themselves as a front runner in the genres resurgence. The band has created an undeniable catalog of garage / alternative-rock tunes that culminates in their flawless and aggressive full-length album, Lost in Magic City. Today, the pair has partnered with PureVolume to offer a first listen to their anticipated record, which they will self-release Friday, May 5th. The album recording process was a tour in itself with tracking done at Atlanta’s Living Room Recording, Bull Productions Recording Studio in North Miami and Cutting Cane studios in Davie. The band put finishing touches on the album themselves with a DIY approach to the remaining recordings. Their music has been described as “sexy, psychedelic garage rock combining the epic howl of Led Zep with the fierce anxiety of Smashing Pumpkins” [Black Book].


Listen to ‘Lost In Magic City’ here:

Fans can catch these songs live as Deaf Poets will hit the road to tour in support of the project (dates below). Their captivating set is something of legend, leading to the duo becoming regulars at iiiPoints music festival, and opening for the likes of Matt and Kim, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, Naked And Famous, Theivery Corporation, and more. Miami New Times cannot believe how great their live show is, raving, “Catching Deaf Poets live, you might find it hard to believe that only two people are onstage making all that noise. You might find yourself searching for a third band member, a rock ‘n’ roll Wizard of Oz whose trickery conjures up all that ruckus.”



Lost In Magic City track listing:
  1. Are You DP
  2. Riches
  3. Celestine
  4. Eighty Eight
  5. Meet Me
  6. What Am I To Do
  7. Indigo
  8. King (Don’t Matter)
  9. Hid
  10. I See Light
  11. Worth 

Read more about Deaf Poets here.

Watch Deaf Poets “Celestine” music video here.

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