- Words Yasmine Dankwah
- Photography Mélia Beaudoin
Supporting bands like Crumb and the Phobophobes, the Hackney-based female trio, deep tan, are definitely making themselves known within the post-punk world with their latest track "Constant Inconsistencies".
After the release of their bilingual and absurdist debut ‘Air’ earlier this year, these girls are back with a new release, “Constant Inconsistencies”, which is being released as part of a double-a-side.
Often drawing comparisons to early FOALS and Warpaint, deep tan’s “Constant Inconsistencies” is a sonic-punk infused track, which in just under two minutes captures and creates an energy that is both punchy and confrontational, lyrically and rhythmically.
The track explores this universal concept of fatigued disappointed, that comes with constantly being let down by someone who isn’t there when you need them. With a hook that’s melancholic in tone and it’s inclusion of passionless laughs, this ballsy half of the band’s double-release is an absolute must-listen. Catch deep tan supporting Phobophobes tomorrow at Werkhaus!