Deerhunter – indie rock on stage
Fans of indie and experimental rock or ambient punk should be sure to watch out for Deerhunter live in concert. This American rock band is more than worth seeing live and StubHub has a selection of Deerhunter tickets along with information on performance dates and venues – simply select where and when you want to see them! Remember, you can always sell unwanted tickets on our site as well.
Deerhunter – a temporary project
The American rock band was co-founded by Bradford Cox and Moses Archuleta, originally just as a temporary project. Their first album, "Turn it Up Faggot", was released in 2004 after the death of one of the first bassists in the group, and the music produced echoed the feelings of negativity caused by the death of their friend and band member. The group, however, continued, and now with more than seven LPs to its name, Deerhunter’s musical style has evolved to cover a number of genres including indie rock, psych-pop and alt-rock. While they also moved on to more ambient punk or – according to some reviews – to a new "pop era", their lyrics more often than not refer to the general state of decay in the world, problems in society, and the ravages of pollution. These are songs that have a certain feeling of despair about them. Deerhunter has been influenced by a number of bands such as Stereolab (which Cox went to see as a child), The Breeders, and even the Rolling Stones. Deerhunter tickets are now on sale on StubHub, so make sure you find a concert near you and pick up a ticket.
The band and its lyrical style
While Deerhunter’s two main co-founders stayed with the band since it started in 2001, there has been a relatively high turnover of other band members throughout the years, each adding their own flair to the songs and albums produced. Whereas their first album, "Turn it Up Faggot", had a clear theme of negativity running through it, their second album, "Cryptograms", was more reserved and somewhat subdued, accompanied by the new guitarist’s use of reverb. Over the years their tone has moved from aggressive and intimidating to giving off an air of futility at everything around them, as can be heard in the album released in early 2019, "'Why Hasn’t Everything Already Disappeared?" The first single from this album, "Death in Midsummer", which uses the sounds of harpsichords and distant drums, refers to friends who have passed on. Fans of this style of music can find their Deerhunter tickets on StubHub now. You could also check out tickets for similar bands such as Stereolab, Sonic Youth, and The Breeders.