Norfolk, England rock outfit Deaf Havana debuted with a sound that combined post-hardcore with anthem pop-punk, akin to contemporaries like We Are The Ocean and Young Guns. Later, their sound would change drastically, echoing the hard rock anthems of acts like Daughtry, Shinedown and Lifehouse.
Sessions for their third record followed Deaf Havana’s acoustic shows at London’s intimate Union Chapel, and in 2013, Old Souls was issued. Their sound had shifted even further from the heavy riffs of their debut to a more considered pop/rock sound, complete with Springsteen references and harmonised choruses. After the release of Old Souls, the band almost broke up, but they decided to persevere. Four years later, they released their fourth studio album, All These Countless Nights, in January 2017.
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