It could double as the soundtrack for the witching hour.
A brew of rough-and-tumble guitars, swamp soul rhythms, and femme fatale vocal invocations, Dead Posey cast a sonic spell that seduces as it scorches. The Los Angeles-based band—vocalist Danyell Souza and producer/co-writer/multi-instrumentalist Tony F [formerly of Eve 6]—immediately enchant on their five-song debut “Freak Show” EP [Sumerian Records].
While forming Dead Posey, the two tapped into an intense creative chemistry and a newfound vision for a rough, blues-y yet modern sound. They quietly worked in the studio for nearly a year and honed their songwriting skills, rather than diving into live shows and the club circuit. Through 2017 Dead Posey (joined by one-time member Kyle Foster) released one song at a time online, culminating in the “Freak Show” EP and stirring up a palpable buzz. Beyond early acclaim from Huffington Post, Glide Magazine, PureVolume, and more, they landed high-profile syncs everywhere from Fox’s Lucifer, MTV's Teen Wolf, Marvel’s Cloak & Dagger, and Netflix's Jack Whitehall – Travels With My Father to Macy’s, Sony PlayStation, and League of Legends. Dead Posey inked a deal with Sumerian Records in 2018.
The band will be releasing new music and touring throughout 2019 and beyond.