Deaf Radio is a modern rock band formed in Athens, Greece, in 2015. Their debut album, “Alarm”, was released in 2017 to critical acclaim, as was their sophomore album, “Modern Panic” (Nov 2019).
The band released the new single “Model Society” in June 2021, signalling a major shift in aesthetics: Reflecting on digital addiction and lack of human touch, this song combines the pure rock energy of Foals and Royal Blood, with the synths and post-disco feel of Depeche Mode and the anthemic craft of The Killers.
While the pandemic halted Deaf Radio’s plans for more tours and gigs, the quartet didn't stay idle. During 2021, the band played Exit Festival, Serbia, was invited to Europe’s biggest industry showcase, Eurosonic (ESNS) and won the HEMI Music Awards, a programme co-funded by European Union’s Creative Europe and which involved more than 200 European bands. Also, during the first lockdown, it performed online a down-tempo, "stripped-down" version of 4 of its songs, in the “Reworked session”.
Hailed as one of the most exciting rock bands to emerge from Greece in recent memory and having shared bills with the likes of The Killers, The Kills, All Them Witches in Greek and European territory (two continental tours), Deaf Radio honed the sound and feel of their music on the road, live and in-person with thousands of fans in over forty different cities.
“Alarm” garnered million streams online, while the band’s second creation, “Modern Panic”, left no ear unturned with its sprawling and exhilarating style. The lead single “Astypalea” was included in the "Tracks of the week" section of the legendary Classic Rock Magazine and aired on KEXP Seattle, USA. Currently (Autumn 2021), both albums' vinyls are sold-out (in the case of Modern Panic, during the first day of its release).
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