DEIDRE is a welcome jaunt into the past. An effortless hearkening towards 60s go-go pop, evoking chanteuses a la Jane Birkin and gamines galore, DEIDRE's delightful sound relies upon the classic girl-group sound while subtly modernizing it. A playful backbeat, a nod towards island-friendly guitar, and suave, twittering horns draft a lush space for her coy vocals. The video zooms in close, reflecting her profile against rotating chandeliers and bops between her adorable dancing and that of the object of her affection, David Perlick-Molinari of CMJ buds French Horn Rebellion (Deidre sings backing vocals for them). A familiar voice in the Brooklyn scene, Deidre is the lead also in Savoir Adore.
Coming into her own, this femme fatale, although her songs wistfully display a girl distracted by falling in love, is clearly the purveyor of her own destiny, as the things she loves often are tragedy, vulnerability, and heartbreak themselves.
Trace her evolution with her latest video for "Don't Blame Me Now" and our rollicking session with charmers Savoir Adore.