Glastonbury Gold Part 3: Deap Vally

The power of the two piece, these girls rock hard!

The power of the two piece, these girls rock hard!

It only took about 30 seconds of one song and I was hooked on these girls. Their song "Walk of Shame" hit me like a powerful pop/rock train and immediately had me searching online to see what their story was and where I could pick up their music.

Playing on one of the more intimate stages last year, blink and you may have missed a performance from one of the more impressive bands at the festival.  Formed in Los Angeles in 2011, Julie Edwards (drums/vocals) and Lindsey Troy (guitar/vocals) didn't exactly meet in the most rock n roll setting.  Who would have thought that such a raw and explosive band would have been born out of a chance meeting at a crochet class, and yes you did read that right!

Their debut album Sistrionix was released back in June 2013 and was well received, some likened them to a scuzzy crossover of Led Zeppelin and The White Stripes.  Not a bad comparison really, especially the Jack White reference as it hits you on the very first track "End Of The World".  I would absolutely recommend you give their album a listen but I would also suggest that if you can see them live they would definitely be one not to miss, especially if you can catch them in a smaller venue.