Deer Park Avenue is back with an electrifying new single, “Strut,” and it’s a sonic force to be reckoned with. This scorching track, featuring GRAMMY® Award-winning drummer Gregg Bissonette, is a fiery blend of addictive hooks, gritty strength, pop sensibilities, and pure rock swagger with a retro-fresh twist.
The indie rock duo, known for their high-impact live performances, showcases their telepathic connectivity even in studio recordings. “Strut” is a fun and anthemic rock anthem that masterfully plays with dynamics, starting with smooth and intimate verses before exploding into a gravelly, growling chorus. The track is tightly packed with taut, incendiary riffs over an irresistible beat, with Steph’s powerful drumming driving it forward.
What makes “Strut” even more special is the show-stopping drum solo by musical mentor Gregg Bissonette, renowned for his work with Santana, David Lee Roth, Ringo Starr, and others. His stamp of approval on Deer Park Avenue’s music speaks volumes about the band’s talent.
Produced by GRAMMY® winner Reto Peter (known for his work with Green Day, Modest Mouse, Counting Crows), the album showcases the band’s melodic rock prowess. Deer Park Avenue’s songwriting goes beyond virtuosic musicality, delving into themes that range from cultural satire to deep introspection, always infused with positivity and hope.
These Indian-American sisters, based in Munich, Germany, are not only accomplished musicians but also voting Recording Academy members. They’ve toured internationally, supporting artists like Palaye Royal, Bebe Rexha, and Stefanie Heinzmann, and have earned endorsement deals with top-tier music brands.
“Strut” is a testament to Deer Park Avenue’s genre-defying fusion of rock and pop, serving up a feast of tone and energy that’s sorely needed in the music industry. They have an EP set to release in Fall 2023, with a sophomore LP planned for 2024. For those hungry for fresh, exciting music, “Strut” is now available on major platforms, including Spotify, Amazon Music, and Apple Music, where it’s already graced several editorial playlists.