Since forming in 2017, Deacon Brody have ignited the emerging indie rock scene proving their belief that indie rock can have the energy of pop-punk.
In their short time the northern boys have been aired on BBC introducing with their singles "Repair", "Live Forever" and "Fear". They have performed to a sold out Manchester Academy 2 alongside indie-rock masters King No-One and Saytr Play and secured a second place position at the fiercely contested finals of Indie Week UK; proving that Deacon Brody stand out amongst the finest emerging talent.
Deacon Brody, based in the North West of England, are a three piece band with their roots truly buried in fast, energetic indie rock. Their live show is a whirlwind of energy, featuring original songs with catchy vocal hooks and intricate guitar riffs, backed by toe tapping bass guitar and drum rhythms. From their first debut in 2017, the band has come a long way and achieved notable successes. The band have taken their show to many venues of prestige and fame across the North of England. These include performances at The Deaf Institute and Night And Day in Manchester, Headrow House in Leeds and EBGBS in Liverpool.