Deep Six

Brand New Day/Good­bye Yes­ter­day (Heavy Soul)

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The cover art­work is the hand­i­work of The Jet­set’s own Paul Bevoir and the lead track, ‘Brand New Day’, is rem­i­nis­cent of The Jet­set at their peak. The Deep Six line-up is some­thing of an Eight­ies mod scene su­per­group with for­mer mem­bers of Makin’ Time and The Threads, and also more re­cent mod-in­clined out­fit Up­per Fifth fea­tur­ing. It’s a slice of con­ta­giously in­fec­tious, up­lift­ing, sum­mery sun­shine Bri­tish gui­tar pop, with ir­re­sistible sing-along lyrics. It is a po­ten­tial un­der­ground sound­track too and if the long-range fore­casts are cor­rect we are in for a scorch­ing sum­mer sea­son in the UK. The B-side – okay, be­ing a CD it’s the ac­com­pa­ny­ing track then – ‘Good­bye Yes­ter­day’ has a sim­i­lar feel to ‘Brand New Day’, with added vo­cal har­monies and cap­ti­vat­ing gui­tar chords punc­tu­at­ing the vo­cals, and an equal nod to the early Six­ties plus a hint of Mersey­beat too. It is avail­able mail or­der from­builder­

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