PREMIERE: Deer Leap – “Go Big Go Home”

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PREMIERE: Deer Leap – “Go Big Go Home”

Tuneful yet spacious, with an ear for the subtle textures that reward headphone listening in a quiet room, New Hampshire’s Deer Leap have spent years making the kind of music that partakes of second-wave emo’s finely-wrought guitar work and angled rhythms and expands it to supple, post-rock artfulness. “Go Big Go Home”, from the band’s forthcoming LP Impermanence, is of a piece with all of that, reminiscent of albums like The Appleseed Cast’s Peregrine music that swells and unfolds with grace, attentive both to melody and to studio-shaped atmosphere. Listen to “Go Big Go Home” below, and preorder Impermanence via the always great Broken World Media.

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  1. May 31, 2016

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