Their debut album Day of the Deadbeats chandeliers off of gutsy crescendos and garage band guitars, with early-Nashville dripping from the strings. If you haven’t seen them live yet you’re in for a treat with Oxford’s Nightshift Magazine stating they have "a well-earned reputation as one of the best live bands in Oxford."
Ladies and Gentlemen – we give you The Deadbeat Apostles - Mr Michael Ginger, Ms Michelle Mayes, Mr Garry Richardson, Mr Hugh Garrety and Mr Alex Ogg.
“Country soul is just coming right through. The vocals 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”. BBC Oxford