Sometimes you just need to hug it out.
Although the UK music scene has been good to Deaf Havana, offering them their humble beginnings in 2009 and helping to launch their blossoming careers, the British rockers’ are finally beginning to outgrow their homeland. The success and recognition of their last three studio albums, including 2013’s Old Souls catapulted the band not only to the top of UK charts, but also into popularity the across the world, making them one of the biggest names in festival circuits and earning them the privilege to open for Bruce Springsteen.
However, after nearly calling it quits, James Veck-Gilodi, Matthew Veck-Gilodi, Lee Wilson, Max Britton and Tom Ogden released 2017’s All These Countless Nights after some deep introspection and reevaluation of their evolutionary direction. This time around, the lyrics had become more candid and intimate, with each note written more deliberately. Their new outlook on life and music as already begun to influence them in positive ways, both creatively and personally.
Myspace caught up with Ogden to discuss Deaf Havana’s past, present and current happenings following the debut of All These Countless Nights. Hop to the next page to read the full interview.