The Depravations

Galway , County Galway

The Depravations are a five piece indie/ folk/ pop band based in Galway City on the west coast of Ireland.

In 2010 they released the Mosey EP which received favourable reviews from such people as nialler9 (“An impressive debut”), Aoife Barry (“Gentle folky sounds with harmonies to swoon over”) and Barry Gruff (“One of the west of Ireland’s hidden treasures”).

Since then they have played HWCH three years in a row, the Whelan’s Ones To Watch Festival in 2012, the Hotpress Jagermeister Freezer Sessions, the FMC Tour and the Turning Pirate Mixtape New Years Eve Party (w/Jape, Neil Hannon, Cathy Davey and Lisa Hannigan).

They released their debut album Onwards, Westwards in January 2013.

"An Impressive debut"
- Niall Byrne (Nialler9/ State)

"The best music I've heard in months... bloody brilliant"
- Josh Clarke (popgoestheradio)

"Gentle folky sounds with harmonies to swoon over"
- Aoife Barry (The Ticket)

“The Depravations are set for a big year. Do yourself a favour and get this album, you won’t regret it.”
- Goldenplec

“An end of summer optimism that proves infectious”
- The Point Of Everything

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The Depravations - Not Forgotten (Live at HWCH 2011) The Depravations - "Little Red Elvis" (Unofficial Euro 2012 Anthem of Aiden Mcgeady) The Depravations - This Wave (Live At Whelan's "Ones To Watch" Festival 2012)