Song Premiere: Listen To Deaf Poets' Sensational New Track 'Cigarette'

Off their forthcoming EP, 'Change & Bloom'.

By Taylor Irwin - May 30, 2018
Photo by Natalia Borges
Consisting of Sean Wouters (guitar, vocals) and Nico E.P. (drums, backup vocals), Deaf Poets is the Brooklyn-via-Miami Beach duo who make Garage Rock that you want to listen to on repeat. Their new EP, Change & bloom, will be released on Friday June 15 2018 via wax romantix records. Off their forthcoming EP, 'Change & Bloom'.

Taking a leap of faith, packing your bags, and moving 1,200 miles away from home can be nerve-wracking experience. For Brooklyn-via-Miami Beach duo Deaf Poets, the risk paid off. Chronicling their east coast odyssey is their forthcoming EP via WaxRomantix Records, Change & Bloom, which was inspired by both personal experience and current events that went down during the band's transition.

Today, we get more of an idea of what's to come with the release of the second single off the album, "Cigarette". Brimming with lush vocals and addictively warped instrumentals, the track packs it on heavy in the best way possible. Building up to a hypnotic rock'n'roll crescendo around the three minute mark, this song unravels beautifully from start to finish.

After their EP release show in NYC at Berlin on June 15, the band—Sean Wouters (guitar, vocals) and Nico Espinosa (drums, backup vocals)—will be taking their new music on the road throughout the end of the month.

Check out "Cigarette" below, then make sure to track Deaf Poets on Bandsintown to stay in-the-know with all their touring news.

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Taylor Irwin

I spent my first allowance on a TLC 'Waterfalls' cassette and have been a different version of David Bowie for Halloween the past five years. Golden rule: You can never have too many tacos in a single 24-hour period.


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