Long Island alternative rock project The Deep End has released debut EP ‘Icarus’.

‘Icarus’ is out now, streaming via Spotify.

Frontman Max McGill spoke exclusively to Outburn Magazine to discuss the new album, which showcases McGill’s dexterity, blending alternative rock with rap.


With the release of new EP ‘Icarus’, The Deep End has crafted an open, and thoroughly accessible collection, traversing genre with ease to merge rap, pop and alternative rock across the new 6-track.

Since the Long Island native broke onto the scene with the release of 2019 debut EP ‘Broken Souls’, The Deep End has turned heads across state and country, with a unique, captivating and relatable brand of alternative rock. The EP, recorded with Point North vocalist John Lundin struck a chord with fans, particularly lead single “Not Safe”, which has gone on to rack up over 230K streams on Spotify alone.

The Deep End kicked off Summer 2020 with a new music video for lead single “It Goes Around Again”, which adorns the new EP alongside second single “Haunting” on the new EP.

The Deep End’s ambitious confluence of influences manifest themselves impressively on new collection ‘Icarus’, out now on Spotify.


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