Post-indie rock band Plaza have released a new single titled “Deep In My Head,” which will be on the debut EP Plaza out April 14th on Beyond The Wall Records. Simultaneously claustrophobic and cavernous in feeling “Deep in My Head” is the most irresistible statement of intent from Plaza to date.
Commented Brad from the band, “The essence of ‘Deep In My Head’ is around mental health and how it can manipulate you into a completely different person to what you once were. It’s about being lost in your own mind, but alongside the unease and anxieties of it all, feeling that you’re set up in the right place.”
Plaza consists of four late-teens from the industrial seaside town of Hartlepool. The band’s songs are typically about the trials and tribulations of growing up, youthful romance, lukewarm beers, and the ‘prospects’ this brings in a divided Britain. Plaza have quickly gained a positive reputation for intelligent songwriting and chaotic live shows around the UK with bands like Blaenavon, Rat Boy, Gengahr and JAWS.