Deardarkhead was born circa 1988 at New Jersey, USA, one of the few band dedicated to the feedback worshipping at the ocidental side of the Atlantic back then.
Having its name was taken by an irish poem of the 19th century, they released a stream of EPs during 1991 to 1993, Spiral Down And Vibrate, Melt Away Too Soon and Ultraviolet, besides 1998's Unlock The Valves of Feeling, featuring a kinda fuzzy-twee sound that sometimes makes Pale Saints and Adorable come to our dissolved minds, although bands like The Pastels, Beat Happening and even Post Punk acts such as Lowlife, The Chameleons and Echo and the Bunnymen are summoned in some melodies.
Well, it's not hard to figure out they didn't accomplish any success back then and still largely unknown even by the most curious gazers, along many bands we've been featuring in this space lately. They did one of the nicest "heavy" Shoegaze of that golden era and still sound modern evey by today's standards. If you're not convinced yet, just check both links above. One is for Oceanside 1991-1993, which compiles all songs for the earlier 3 EPs, and the other is for Unlock The Valves of Feeling, their first and only full-length till this moment. Fortunately, they're back on the field and eager to play around the world and, who knows, craft new material. This will surely crack a silly smile in many gazers orphans around the world, as well as their previous work did!