‘Pressure Pusher’, recorded at Rocket Science Studios in Glasgow, is available digitally at all the major outlets and comes backed with live favourite ‘Never Gonna Learn’. This new offering, the follow up to the recent ‘Figurine’ single – sees Ded Rabbit deliver almost perfect indie pop and is without doubt the young quartet’s most vital, ambitious and finest moment to date.
Ded Rabbit are brothers Eugene (vocals, rhythm guitar), Fergus (lead guitar), Donal (bass) and Eoin Gaine (drums). Originally from Yorkshire, they relocated to the Highlands of Scotland and due to their isolated surroundings and shared love of music formed the band. After moving to Edinburgh to study, Ded Rabbit started to play live, recorded some demos and subsequently released their debut ‘Wash Away’ EP almost three years ago. They’ve since released a further two EP’s and a single and have toured extensively across the UK and Europe building up a ever growing fan base, headlining the T Break Stage at T In The Park and receiving a SAMA nomination for ‘Best Live Act’.
Counting BBC 6Music’s Steve Lamacq and BBC Radio Scotland’s Vic Galloway amongst their fans, the talented Gaine siblings have also received critical acclaim from the likes of Gigwise, Record of The Day, Gigslutz and The Skinny. The band will be in session for Galloway’s Radio Scotland show on the 9th of October.
A truly exciting live prospect, Ded Rabbit have announced that they will play the following dates to coincide with the new single release. More dates will be announced in the very near future.