Artist info

Genre

Indie, Rock


Sounds like

foo fighters, tom petty & the heartbreakers, u2, hoodoo gurus, pearl jam


band members

Corey Ranger (Vocals, Rhythm Guitar), Matt Debarro (Vocals, Bass) Andy Karalis (Drums)


Influences

Holy Holy, foo fighters, tom petty, kingswood, the beatles


Bio

Hailing from Perth WA, The Silent Deeds draw on influences from a variety of musical styles including Foo Fighters, U2, Pearl Jam, Red Hot Chili Peppers, and The Beatles.

The band have been an active group in the Perth scene for a few years and have released an EP 'Desert Town' and a string of singles 'Rusty Chair, Sixty Three, Here We Go, Sweet September & The Race' while pulling in crowds at various venues in Perth and around W.A. including a sold out launch show in 2018.

Having also supported the likes of US rockers Fuel and Melbourne’s own Taxiride, The Silent Deeds are looking to capitalise on growing interest as the band launch their latest video 'The Race' and look to the future with the pending release of 'Come Alive'

Since their first official live show, The Silent Deeds have blazed a trail throughout the Perth pub rock scene, playing in a string of iconic live music venues in Perth including Settlers Tavern, The Rosemount Hotel, The Velvet Lounge, The Oddfellow, The Swan Hotel, The Railway Hotel, The Indi Bar, and many more.

[The Silent Deeds debut EP is] "...a unique collection of tracks fusing Perth underground vibes with international influences including Foo Fighters and Pearl Jam. The EP, followed up by their next tour, is one of this summer’s local gems." [Tom Munday, The Ink Grid]

"The Silent Deeds ended their set in much of the same way they started it, with a classic rock and roll sound reminiscent of the likes of Creedence Clearwater Revival and Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers." - Lost Magazine Review Dec 2015

"The Silent Deeds song style is best described as acoustic rock with edge... Featuring strong vocals, excellent guitar that at times touched on a U2 sound and solid and competent bass and drums, The Silent Deeds stated their case in very loud terms and got the night rolling." - Ausland181 Review Oct 2015