July 9, 2024

deZeption signs to Town And Towers Records to release back catalogue, new single ‘No Sense’ out this Friday

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deZeption signs to Town And Towers Records to release back catalogue

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Out Friday, June 14th, that’s tomorrow, is the deZeption single “No Sense”. It’s the first time ever that this synthpop track is available on music streaming services. Town And Towers Records will release deZeption’s back catalogue, including the 10 track debut album “Human Eyes”.

It will be out on all digital platforms in September. Until now, the music has only been available on the original CD release back in 2008. Last month the label already released a first single, “The Beginnig”, which was also the very first track created by deZeption.

Watch a video from 2005 below, with deZeption performing the track “No Sense”.

About deZeption

deZeption was originally formed in May 2003 as a part time project founded by Jan Brink and Claus Lindeskov Hansen. In May 2005, Kim B. Sommer was hired as a live keyboard player, and was invited as a permanent member of the band. deZeption debuted in 2008 with the album “Human Eyes” in 2008. deZeption and leadsinger Claus split ways in August 2011, and in recent years Claus has revived his passion for electronic music under the name enter.me.

In July 2012, Henning Wibrand was welcomed, as the new lead singer in deZeption. After releasing the 2nd album “Mature”, and making a music video for the song “While the Wind Blows” in 2017, Kim B. Sommer decided to leave deZeption. Today, Kim B. Sommer is in the band called Synthnoter. Jan and Henning decided in October 2019 to end their co-operation due to different reasons.

Today, deZeption is a ‘one man band’ with Jan Brink, and he is working on new material for a 3rd album now.

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Bernard Van Isacker is the Chief Editor of Side-Line Magazine. With a career spanning more than two decades, Van Isacker has established himself as a respected figure in the darkwave scene.

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