Premiere: Deena's Turpentine gets a brooding new video clip

Premiere: Deena's Turpentine gets a brooding new video clip

The Brisbane-based rocker continues evolving with a bigger, darker brand of bluesy rock.

Brisbane rocker Deena was born in Japan to a Taiwanese mother and an Irish father, and her musical influences are just as eclectic as her cultural upbringing, citing acts like Johnny Cash, KT Tunstall and Jeff Buckley amongst many having only started playing music a few years ago. She's already released a couple of albums in that time and played shows the world over, and with the help of a full band behind, Deena's brooding blues-rock sounds are only getting bigger. And latest singleĀ Turpentine is testament to this. Dealing in the world of abusive relationships, the clip reflects it with a dark tale of two lovers set on a path to destruction:

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