DEEP SKY OBJECTS
Indie-rock band from Kerry
Deep Sky Objects are a three-piece Indie-rock band from Kerry. Deep Sky Objects derived from mutual interests in groups such as The Smiths, Interpol, Radiohead and The National.
Deep Sky Objects recorded their debut EP 'Deep Sky Objects' in Whitewell Studios with producer Ciaran O'Shea, who has wealth of experience in such prestigious studios as Sound City in Los Angeles, Sunset Sound in Los Angeles and Park Gates Studios in England. The EP was subsequently mastered by Fergal Davis who has worked with artists such as Muse and Sinead O’ Connor. 'Deep Sky Objects' received tremendous feedback from fans and reviewers, being played nationally on stations such as RTE 2FM, Today FM, Spin SW, Cork's 96 FM and RedFM.
As a result of this release the band had an explosive summer of shows around Ireland and England, playing iconic venues such as Whelan's, The Workman’s Club, The Grand Social, Roisin Dubh, Mike the Pies and The Hope and Anchor, Islington. The band also had an immense reaction from their Indiependence show in Mitchelstown, Co. Cork as well as supporting acts including Mother’s Cake, Columbia Mills, Brian Deady and The Polecats featuring Boz Boorer of Morrissey fame.