Deap Vally, the dynamic rock duo comprising Lindsey Troy and Julie Edwards is about to kick off the final leg of their Live For The Last Time Tour. To celebrate the upcoming shows, Deap Vally is gifting their fans with a final EP, (ep)ilogue, out on May 24th (pre-save). Today the band is excited to share their a reworked version of their new single “It’s My World” by Dosiopath featured on the forthcoming EP. The track is available now on all streaming platforms for any playlist shares.

On the remix, Solon Bixler, Dosiopath says, “I was listening to The Prodigy over and over again- 90s house techno music- hoping to retain the energy of the song and the hook, but adding an element of weightlessness and darkness. Kinda leaning into the darker side of the meaning of the song as I interpreted it.”

Deap Vally’s Lindsey Troy says, “‘It’s my world’ is about living your best life, being authentically YOU without giving a damn what anybody else thinks.”

Deap Vally have long been a beacon of raw energy and feminist empowerment in the music industry. Their gritty guitar riffs and thunderous beats have captivated audiences worldwide since they met in a crochet class in 2010. Last year, Deap Vally announced their bittersweet decision to part ways, going out with an extensive farewell tour and the self-released re-record of their debut SISTRIONIX 2.0 out now.

Deap Vally’s journey has been nothing short of remarkable, marked by a powerful body of work, including Sistrionix (2013), Femejism produced by Nick Zinner of Yeah Yeah Yeahs, (2016), and Marriage (2022), two EPs featuring collaborations with KT Tunstall, Peaches, Jamie Hince of The Kills, Soko, and jennylee of Warpaint- Digital Dream and American Cockroach (2021) and their Deap Lips collaboration with The Flaming Lips (2020).

Deap Vally has shared stages with icons like Red Hot Chili Peppers, Queens of the Stone Age, Blondie, Muse, Garbage, and Mumford and Sons, and played Coachella, Reading & Leeds, Later with Jools Holland, and more, inspiring audiences with their magnetic stage presence.

Despite their impending breakup, Deap Vally leaves behind a legacy of rebellion, resilience, and unapologetic self-expression. Their music will continue to inspire generations, a testament to the enduring power of rock ‘n’ roll.

Future plans include a Lindsey Troy solo record, while Julie Edwards will launch a new music project Dosiopath, an interview series, Drumb and Drumber, and is pursuing a master’s degree in Forensic Psychology.

Featured image by Ericka Clevenger.

SOURCE: Official Bio