American rock duo Deap Vally far from being wild
American bandmates Lindsey Troy and Julie Edwards just like to dabble in rock 'n' roll music
Published on Aug 28, 2014 11:46 AM
The cliched image of sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll is one that is often attached to American rock duo Deap Vally, because they rock out to tunes about dirty old men and taking the "walk of shame", as well as pull off the tough leather and ripped jeans look effortlessly.
But the two musicians - guitarist Lindsey Troy and drummer Julie Edwards - are quick to point out that they are not "wild", even if their music suggests otherwise.
Edwards, 35, says of the common misconception: "We don't party hearty all the time and we're really nice and kind people."
Troy, 28, interjects: "People sometimes assume we are stuck-up b****es because we play rock music, which I don't really understand."
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"I used to own a knitting shop and I gave classes and sold supplies. Lindsey wandered in one day and asked about crochet."
Deap Vally's Julie Edwards on how she first met bandmate Lindsey Troy