Dehd’s Fourth Album Offers a Jolt of Hope, Redemption and Fun [Willamette Week]

Dehd (Alexa Viscious)

“I feel like I’m in the shell of a firework and it’s being lit,” says bassist and vocalist Emily Kempf of Chicago-based trio Dehd. “I might be launched into the sky or explode on the ground, but we’re all feeling just really hopeful.”

There’s good reason for Kempf’s optimism. Blue Skies, Dehd’s fourth album (and their first on Fat Possum), is a collection of hope-inducing jams with a poppy post-punk vibe. From single “Bad Love” to ending track “No Difference,” it’s hard to find a skippable song.

Find the full interview on Willamette Week

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