The Deadbeat Apostles first release of the 20’s is a sad tale of the anxiety laced and troubled world we see ourselves surrounded by. People lie, they let you down, friends aren’t who you think they are. Faces change and people leave you out in the cold. Tides turn and we are left broken. But amidst it all is friendship and love. Look around – it’s everywhere brothers and sisters – and that’s what’ll see us all through. Written for Mental Health Week 2019 this is the 2nd single take from The Deadbeats September 2019 release Bring out your Deadbeats.
Video care of The Ragged Charms frontwoman Ali Jones.
“Country soul is just coming right through. The vocals on that song sound stunning. I love that they’ve got such a hard-rocking edge, but the absolute core is laid back and it does shoot right through to the soul. Their vocals really sore and they’re so on sync it’s pretty special stuff. As flag bearers for the local music community goes, they’re right up at the top. I absolutely love these guys”.
Laurie – BBC Oxford – ‘Paint a Picture’ – EP ‘Bring out your Deadbeats’
“Have you seen The Last Waltz? All the performances on it I just feel are amazing and like the Deadbeat Apostles could have taken the stage that night and gone down a storm. Very much in that sort of genre. The vocals on Paint a Picture sound stunning”
Dave Gilyeat – BBC Music Introducing in Oxford