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Why I Love Deaf Havana

A.N. So I ran a poll on Twitter to see which topics you wanted to see on Band Week, and this was a winner.
Grace
 (@myvoicebrandnew)
If you didn't know, Deaf Havana is my joint favourite band, and because I've done a Twin Atlantic reasons why it's only fair that I now do my Deaf Havana one.
Deaf Havana are just an amazing English alt-rock band and I love them to bits, I love the fact they write their own songs, and they play their own songs... that's a big thing for me, I like a band with meaning in their lyrics, and well, Deaf Havana gives me feelings. James, Matt, Tom, Max and Lee are so talented and they deserve so much recognition, I've loved them for like four years now, and just... they still leave me speechless.
So why do I love them?
1. Have you seen them?
2. "I'm overweight, overtired and sick of trying to find an answer in these darkened city bars"
3. They're really good live! (and I wanna see them again... rip, to my wages)
4. Go and listen to Anemophobia and then Anemophobia part 2...
5. Their song titles
6. Have you heard the song St Paul's? Because I cry every time and it's so beautiful
7. James' voice has so many emotions
8. Each song tells a story...
9. Without Deaf Havana, I wouldn't know of Best of Enemies
10. James' tweets are golden
11. Hunstanton Pier
12. "Me and Lee were schooled in a tourist town with less culture than Jeremy Kyle" I mean, how can you not love that?
13. The Wasp Song
14. James' solo music, I mean, come on, beautiful!
15. The fan base isn't that dramatic, unlike certain fandoms...
16. Seattle was initially a solo song and ended up on All These Countless Nights
17. Sickago is such a tune
18. Relatable lyrics
19. "I'm not a pessimist but sometimes hope is missed or missing"
20. They cannot sound bad, they just don't, they're like angel's voices
21. They have some of the best songs in my opinion
22. "Nobody but you could make me feel this old at 22"
23. Just watch a live video or like a session video and you'll get why.
Album ratings (not including EP's because so many);
Meet Me Half Way, At Least- 9/10
Fools and Worthless Liars- 10/10
Old Souls- 10/10
All These Countless Nights- 10/10
Top songs;
- St Paul's
- Trigger
- The World Or Nothing
-Fifty Four
- Pensacola, 2013
- R'n'Bullshit
- Smile's All Round
- Right Now, I'm Anyone's
- Nicotine and Alcohol Saved My Life
- Drive All Night (English Hearts)
Best Videos;

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