Follow Deep Release Official Video For ‘Bring The Noise’

Follow Deep are back after a successful release of their 2019 album ‘Will You Still Love Me‘. 2020 amidst the pandemic see’s Follow Deep bring you their brand new single ‘Bring The Noise‘.

The inspiration behind the lyrics of this song come from Edgar Wright’s 2007 movie “Hot Fuzz” – starring Simon Pegg and Nick Frost. The chorus of the song describes what Simon Pegg’s character could have been thinking during the scene where he comes back into the village on horseback, loaded with guns, and prepared for a shoot-out. Additional to film quotes splashed throughout the verses, the title of the song comes from the very last line in the film – said originally by Nick Frost’s character. Strangely, the initial inspiration for the music in the song came from the old VHS and DVD piracy adverts (“you wouldn’t steal a car…”), before it developed into the final version of the song.

Band Bio:

Follow Deep are a young, emerging indie/alternative rock band from Hull. The band has a heavy yet unique sound – mainly due to having a saxophonist in the mix – that brings an energetic quality to every stage they step foot on.

Highlights so far include: Supporting King No-One and Holy Moly & The Crackers; Multiple singles being played on the introducing show on BBC Radio Humberside; Releasing a debut Album – “Will You Still Love Me…” – worldwide; Playing a first international international gig in June in Kharkov, Ukraine; Playing tours of the UK, heading everywhere from Brighton to Dundee.

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