Deerhoofwith Bad Waitress and Indian Giver
Presented by Wavelength as a part of Wavelength Winter Festival
Deerhoof were once named “the best band in the world” by Pitchfork. From their humble beginnings as an obscure San Francisco noise act in the mid-’90s, they’ve become one of indie music’s most influential bands with their ecstatic and unruly take on pop. The band’s fearless inventiveness has made them one of the most inspiring and important groups making music today.
Wavelength is thrilled to welcome Deerhoof back to Toronto for their first local show in six years — their last visit having been at the Camp Wavelength festival in 2017. The iconic band will be on tour in support of their forthcoming 19th album, Miracle-Level, which was recorded in Winnipeg at No Fun Club studio. 28 years into their career, the album is also the band’s first with lyrics sung entirely in singer/bassist Satomi Matsuzaki’s native tongue, Japanese.