Deep Sky Objects
"One of Ireland's best up-and-coming bands" - Irish Examiner
"Deep Sky Objects capture the spirit that eludes those behemoths and teaches them a lesson in how to rock hard, even while maintaining a commercially viable pop sensibility" - Marky Edison
“Vigorous and punchy in the best way” -One Great Song
"Deep Sky Objects have concocted something that has an abundance of that je ne sais quoi that makes an album worth listening to" -The Offbeat
Deep Sky Objects are a three-piece alternative-rock band. The band members include brothers Kevin O'Brien (lead vocals, guitar), Thomas O'Brien (drums and backing vocals) and DD Foley (bass guitar and backing vocals). Deep Sky Objects stemmed from a shared mutual interest in groups such as The Smiths, Interpol and Radiohead.
The band began to record a collection of demos, releases under 'We're Done Falling'. With the completion of five tracks the band mixed their material at 'Sonas Studios' in Killarney. The tracks were then mastered by Ruairi O’Flaherty in Los Angeles.
Since then Deep Sky Objects have recorded their debut self-titled EP 'Deep Sky Objects' in Whitewell Studios with Ciaran O'Shea. The EP was subsequently mastered by Fergal Davis. 'Deep Sky Objects' received great feedback from fans and reviewers, being played on stations such as Today FM, Spin SW and Cork's 96 FM. Deep Sky Objects continued to tour Ireland and the UK throughout 2017/18
In March 2018 Deep Sky Objects released their first single from the EP titled ‘This City’s at War’ which received great reception from fans and media. It was featured on Today FM, RTE 2FM, and many regional stations throughout the country. As well as airplay Deep Sky Objects also had numerous live radio sessions with Cork’s 96FM, RedFM and KCLR. On the back of ‘This City’s at War’ the band toured Ireland, playing venues such as Whelan's, Roisin Dubh and IMRO Best Live Venue award-winning Mike the Pies. The band also had the opportunity to support great acts including Mother’s Cake, Columbia Mills, Brian Deady and The Polecats.
The band release their new single 'Desire' this July 23rd with Cork's Blue Monkey PR.