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Meg Fletcher
Meg Fletcher

Commercial Music student based in Suffolk, East Anglia. Megan is most known in her area for her portrait photography and passion to help grow the music scene in Suffolk. Alongside journalism and photography Meg is also a lover of fresh coffee and local food!

East London band Deep Tan have released their latest single ‘camelot’ alongside their “July 21st Visualiser” which is a very entertaining video featuring clips of people in crowds of people going a bit mad.

‘camelot’ is an unashamed tribute to ‘the sesh’. a group of people have just been evicted with only 48 hrs notice, leading them to have one last rager in order to forget about the stress of not finding a new home with such short notice. coming in at less than two minutes, the frenetic energy of the track sets the scene for total obliteration”.

According to deep tan, ‘camelot’ is a love letter to ‘the sesh’ which becomes clear throughout the track. Featuring a moody bass-line and dark tones which contrast to the soft tones of the lead singer – ‘camelot’ is a super catchy song that will leave “It’s the second last night in camelot” repeating in your head for hours if not days on end.

With the band new EP announced, ‘creeping speedwells’ due to be released on the 4th of June, it will be super exciting to find out what the overall sound of the EP will be and what we can expect from it.