The Vilnius-based indie rock band, Deeper Upper, is celebrating Valentine's Day with the release of their latest single, "Love Me."
The song takes listeners on an emotional journey through the complexities of love and its intense feeling. The tight and bold sound, backed by powerful vocals, creates an emotional depth that is sure to resonate with listeners.
About the song band says:
"Love Me" is a reflection of the full range of emotions that come with being in love. The song is melancholy and dark at times, but also hopeful and energizing, capturing the full spectrum of what love can be. The single is a perfect way to celebrate Valentine's Day with someone special. So whether you're in love, heartbroken, or just looking for a new soundtrack to your life, "Love Me" is a perfect choice.
Single presentation and the band's concert will take place on March 9 at Vilnius cultural space "Kablys". Get your tickets here. For the concert, the band is preparing a program that will allow you to dive into the retrospective of the band's work - to get to know both the musical beginnings of the performers and what they have created recently.
Deeper Upper has been making waves in the Lithuanian alternative music scene for over a decade, with popular works such as "Unity" and "Summer We Lost." This latest release has been highly anticipated since their previous album and promises to further solidify their position as one of the leading voices in the indie rock genre.
Since their first appearance in 2010, the band has released 2 full albums “Mirrors” (2016) and “Kino salė” (2021) along with 2 EP releases – “Ceremony” (2015) and “Structures” (2013).
The band has performed at the biggest music festivals in the Baltics – Positivus, Tallinn Music Week, and The Great Escape festival in the UK along with numerous performances in the biggest Lithuanian festivals. In the year 2014, the band took 1st place in the international music competition EuroMusic Contest where they won a three-day recording session at the prestigious Black Rock Studio in Santorini, Greece. In the year 2015, Deeper Upper went on the European tour and had 12 concerts in Germany, France, Netherlands, Austria and Poland. Deeper Upper had also the privilege to support such bands as Hurts, The Temper Trap and Glass Animals.
Watch an interview with Deeper Upper from Vilnius Music Week in 2013: