On the heels of their song “Pesticides”, The Gallery are now returning with the release of “Deuteronomy,” a brooding track that is inspired by the feeling of helplessness and confinement that has come to dominate the social media age. The calm of the first verse sends the listening into a fall sense of security, which is quickly destroyed by the frenetic atmosphere that is let loose in the chorus. It is licked in an ambient reverb and this undercurrent lingers for the entire track until exploding at the end into a brash and a chaotic drop. This song differs from any of the The Gallery’s previous releases – displaying the depths of the bands songwriting capabilities. It is an ominous track, that by the end has purged the listeners emotions and frustrations. Listen here
The Gallery should be on everyone’s radar. Selling out headline shows at 350+ capacity venues across Yorkshire and supporting fellow alternative bands Pretty Vicious and The Academic got the band hotly tipped by Futuresound and BBC Introducing, and earned them festival appearances at Live at Leeds 2017, Tramlines 2017 & 2018 and Kendal Calling 2018.