Deb Never Shares Video For “Crutches”

Deb Never, has shared her new single "Crutches," alongside a new video
Deb Never shares video for "Crutches"

Deb Never, has shared her new single “Crutches,” alongside a new video. This is Deb’s first new music since her 2021 Where Have All The Flowers Gone? EP, and follows news of upcoming live dates with slowthai (the pair collaborated on his TYRON album) and confirmation of the Omar Apollo tour around the US this spring.

Born to Korean parents in the Pacific Northwest, Deb Never played in local grunge bands, before forging her own path – and sound – when relocating to Los Angeles. Early releases like the House on Wheels EP soon saw Deb land formidable co-signs from her peers, with Never opening for the likes of Tommy Genesis, Dominic Fike, teaming up with Kenny Beats on WWE-themed single “Stone Cold,” and collaborating with Brockhampton.

As lockdown struck, Deb’s instincts once again kicked in: she released the beautiful Bandcamp project Intermission – made entirely in quarantine – in support of healthcare workers on the frontline, before following her nomadic nature to the extreme lengths of a one-way ticket to London. Here, Deb found herself immersed in an altogether different artistic community, but one in which her music, her worldview and her transatlantic experience of miserable weather felt strangely at home. Forced to lockdown in the UK for over five months as the pandemic deepened, Deb created the Where Have All The Flowers Gone? EP with Michael Percy (Snoh Alegra, Joy Crookes) and Jam City (Kelela).

Deb Never 2022 Tour Dates

w/Slowthai

17th March – Manchester – O2 Victoria Warehouse
18th March – Leeds – The Refectory
20th March – Glasgow – O2 Academy Glasgow
21st March – Newcastle – O2 City Hall
22nd March – Liverpool – Mountford Hall
24th March – Nottingham – Rock City
25th March – Norwich – Nick Rayns LCR
26th March – Birmingham – Forum
27th March – Cardiff – Cardiff Student Union
29th March – Southampton – O2 Guildhall Southampton
30th March – London – O2 Academy Brixton
31st March – London – O2 Academy Brixton

w/Omar Apollo

5th April – Portland – Crystal Ballroom
6th April – Vancouver – Commodore Ballroom
9th April – Eugene – McDonald Theatre
30th April – Phoenix – The Van Buren
5th May – Chicago – Riviera Theatre
17th May – Atlanta – Variety Playhouse
19th May – Austin – Emo’s
22nd May – Dallas – White Oak Music Hall
24th May – New Orleans – Republic
27th May – Orlando – House of Blues

Order Intermissions by Deb Never HERE