Fog Blues & Brass Band Are In Too Deep

The Kitchener blues-rockers meet up with a gold-digger in their latest upbeat single.


Fog Blues & Brass Band get in over their heads on their new single and video Too Deep — showcasing today on Tinnitist.

The latest release from the Kitchener blues-rock band’s latest EP 12 Bar Prescription, Too Deep initially had a different working title, but the band made a conscious decision to remove an expletive to keep their music clean and family friendly.

“We’re a fun, easygoing type of band, and we like to keep our lyrics light and airy, poking fun at situational experiences we’ve encountered or stories about people we know,” says the band. “The subject matter of Too Deep is something we all can relate to — those moments when a friend or family member falls head over heels for someone, but we know the relationship might not end well due to love blinders.”

After playing Too Deep live and witnessing the positive response from audiences, Fog Blues & Brass Band felt confident that the song would resonate with their fans. This confirmation inspired them to head straight to the recording studio to capture the magic of the song. “Music is an art, and we always want to create something meaningful and enjoyable for our listeners,” says the band. “We might overthink things at times, but we’re considerate of people’s feelings, and we want to be good humans, spreading positivity through our music.”

Fog Blues & Brass Band exploded onto the music scene with their 2018 debut album Into The Fog!, which attracted much fanfare as each track from the album received extensive airplay on live radio both locally and abroad. Comprised of seasoned musicians, Fog Blues & Brass Band’s live performances are nothing short of spectacular as their signature mix of classic blues, R&B, and rock creates a captivating and electrifying experience.

Watch the video for Too Deep above, check out the EP below, and find Fog Blues & Brass Band at their website, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.


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