Ahead of the release of their fourth album, ‘All These Countless Nights’ on So Recordings in January, Deaf Havana frontman James Veck-Gilodi said “this album needs to take us to a higher level.”
...and it did just that. A career best UK Albums Chart Top chart position and sell-out UK headline tour followed, a testament to the quality of the quintet’s efforts and a reward for the testing periods that helped shape its narrative.
“We have been doing this for rather a long time, so over the years we have become very grounded and learnt never to expect anything and always be grateful, but the reaction to the new record has far exceeded our expectations and reassured us that continuing with Deaf Havana was definitely the right thing to do,” says James.
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