As we wind down the year, we wanted to wish everyone a great holiday. We had an awesome 2015, all thanks to all of you that continue to support us. Looking forward to more fun in the new year. We’ve been holed up in our studio writing the next [long overdue] DFH release which we hope to release in 2016.
In the meantime, as tradition, we jumped into the recording studio for our annual Dead Fish Handout. We love digging into our various different influences and bands we enjoy when trying to narrow down the list of possible songs to cover. This year was no different. We took to an acoustic version of a song called “The Scientist” by Coldplay. It’s a very chill song with a little bit of DFH to it.
We hope you enjoy it.
Thanks again for the continued support.
See you all again in 2016.
’round this time, every year, we jump in the studio for an acoustic take of a song or artist that we are fans of. It began back in 2010 with and we’ve done one every year since. We record the song and send it out to you, our DFH Family. And so on Christmas morning, a new Dead Fish Handout awaits in your email inbox. It’s a simple “thank you” to all the people who continue to support us and allow us to do what we do. We appreciate it more than you know.
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All past Dead Fish Handouts are available to stream via our YouTube Channel.
Dead Fish Handout 2010 – “River of Deceit” [Mad Season]
Dead Fish Handout 2011 – “Under The Milky Way” [The Church]
Dead Fish Handout 2012 – “When Doves Cry” [Prince]
Dead Fish Handout 2013 – “Stay (Faraway, So Close!)” [U2]
Dead Fish Handout 2014 – “Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic” [The Police]
If you’re on the DFH mailing list, we hope you received and are enjoying this year’s DEAD FISH HANDOUT. It’s always a real treat to re-imagine these songs in our own little way. Have a safe holiday. See you all soon.
How’d you all enjoy the Dead Fish Handout we posted a couple weeks ago? Did it make up for last year? Do you want another?
This is our interpretation of U2′s “Stay (Faraway, So Close!)”. It’s one of those songs you wish you wrote for it’s brilliance. Enjoy!
We’re all caught up now on Dead Fish Handouts, until next time.
Download link: http://www.filedropper.com/01stayfarawaysoclose