"Deers are mischievous, volatile, deliberately ramshackle and a breath of fresh air" -- NME
One fairly average Madrid afternoon in March, pals Ana Garcia Perrote and Carlotta Cosials disappeared into their rehearsal studio, and stepped out clutching two of the most perfectly ramshackle pop songs you will ever hear.
'Bamboo' flies like an arrow to the heart: pure '60's pop sounds, cantering rhythm and guitars twanging with tremelo, feeling effortless as the pair interpolate each other's lyrics instinctively. "I need you to feel like a man when I give you all I am. I know you re not hungover today, you are classifying your cassettes".
As it's title suggests, 'Trippy Gum' offers a more psyche edge, with a gloriously extended fuzz-solo, and at least two massive songs crammed into it's four and a half minute duration. It s bottled magic and leaves our glasses nearly full with anticipation of a Deers - filled vision of the future.
One month after recording the single, bass player Ade Martin and drummer Amber Grimbergen joined Ana and Carlotta for their first live show, to a sold out Madrileos crowd.