The Evolution of Deaf Havana

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The long winding road for the boys in Deaf Havana has finally stood still with the release of “Old Souls”, as they began their hard work back in October 2012, they have definitely grown up: but the question is, have they forgotten about what once made them exciting to their crowds?

Front man James Veck, has been said to bringing his opinion to light on the subject of planing to be “more than just that band who has that song about friends and not much else.” With their first album “Fools and Worthless Liars” the lads presented themselves in the light of teenage angst and attitude, now with the newest album, it’s almost as if they have been given their manhood and set themselves in stone for greatness.

Their first album “Fools and Worthless Liars” could be seen as a teenage dream result, being in a band, jamming, having…

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