Deep Sea Arcade have had an incredible run so far this year, with no signs of slowing down. Their debut long player Outlands was released in March to critical acclaim and is continuing to win new fans across the globe every day.
There’s not much I can really say about Sydney’s Deep Sea Arcade that is considerably informative or vaguely enlightening. Their music has tremendous rock and psychedelic appeal, and their performance generates that kind of unrelenting interest that keeps your eyes transfixed on the stage at all times. The lads were in town and their sizable, yet not completely packed audience was extremely grateful.
This week Deep Sea Arcade will embark on an east coast co-headline with New Zealand’s Surf City.