When live music paused, The Deer took the energy reserved for tour and brought it into the studio, a pressure cooker not only for creativity, but newly, for existential reflection. The result is two full albums, the first of which, The Beautiful Undead.
It’s an uninhibited collection of cosmic indie folk reflecting upon what it means to lose your sense of purpose. The Deer, amidst turbulent assessment, transformed a paralyzing void into an empowering surrender of ego—a rollicking submission to the immense unpredictability of existing.
It’s a free-spirited album fueled by hard-earned revelation.