Dalmas – In Too Deep (Review)

Manchester based rock collective Dalmas are back with their latest single “In Too Deep”. It dropped on the 14th of June and has already received major praise from big names in the music industry. Collecting their stadium rock sound over time, the 90’s fused track compliments the band in a new light. With a wide spectrum of influences such as Queen, Led Zeppelin and Muse, the powerhouse trio deliver an energy packed filled sound within the new number.

Produced by the band but engineered by Dan Mizen, the sound that they’ve got down into a studio is mind-blowing. Just think if they sound like this in a studio, what are they going to sound like live? Bigger and outrageously fierce. “In Too Deep” stands out with it’s courageous chord progression and luscious vocals. Feeling somewhat progressive, the track is, as previously said, very inspired by the 90’s movement. Holding onto the nostalgia of that era, the melody throughout this track is one that I won’t be getting out of my head any time soon. Stick it on your playlist and leave it on repeat, you won’t be disappointed. 

Score: 4/5

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