John Deery and The Heads
are a band from Derry, Northern Ireland. Known for their "Thought-provoking Acoustic Anthems"
and vocal harmonies
, the band have a reputation as one of NI's finest original bands.
Their third stuio album Nothing Permanent Lasts
is available now
Formed in 2010 by distinguished singer-songwriter John and his brother Matt, John Deery and The Heads recorded their debut album 'Smoke and Mirrors'(2010)
, in France with 'The Frames' producer David Odlum. It was a critical and commercial success and gained the band an army of fans including well-known music critics and broadcasters. The Heads' second album 'Horizon'(2013)
, was released to coincide with the Derry~Londonderry CIty of Culture year and saw the band cement their reputation.
2014 was a landmark year for the band, with several high profile live shows including gigs with The Beach Boys, MTV Crashes, Other Voices and BBC showcases
like Ralph McLean's Annual Flowerfield Arts Centre show.
In May 2015
John Deery and The Heads released 'Echoes'
- the band's first Live album
, featuring 25 tracks of old favourites and new material. With the band now recording their third studio album, John Deery and The Heads continue to craft their own unique brand of insightful, poetic and inspiring acoustic music.
John Deery and The Heads' Latest album Nothing Permanent Lasts
has received widespread critical acclaim and national radio play, with songs like "Just Kids", "Circles", "Burden" and the title track "Nothing Permanent Lasts" proving popular among fans and critics alike