Edinburgh School For The Deaf

Edinburgh School For The Deaf

 Edinburgh, Scotland, GBR

Edinburgh School for the Deaf believe in noise; they believe in a noise that is physical, magical, that feigns and twists and whisper and tesases, that holds you close and then tears you apart. We close our eyes and see sine waves, broken circuit boards and a pure white pulsating, poetic noise.


Ashley Brown - clean guitar and vocals
Kieran Naughton - dirty guitar and vocals
Jamie Brown - Drums
Grant Campbell- fuzz bass

Twins Grant and Ashley used to play in St. Jude's Infirmary, releasing two critically acclaimed albums in collaboration with world renowned artist Jack Vettriano and leaading UK crime writer Ian Rankin. BBC radio 1 Peel Session and extensive European radio play followed.

Kieran played in Birmingham based noise pop band Baxter, before creating Myles Mahem in Edinburgh.

Sometimes are Peter Pan, Sometimes are Vampyres. They have cheated adulthood. They have martyred child-hood. They are genuine artists, they are base and stuff their rider in their guitar cases and drink it in bus shelters. They are as tight as a ship's crew. They despise each other with a cold hearted passion. They want to play as soft as falling snow. They want to make bang like Neanderthal. They read Dylan Thomas for his grace. They read The Daily Record for the football.

They are from Edinburgh Scotland and play slow and brutal poetry. The songs are of sad eyed remorse sung by throats cried hoarse. The girls sing sweet and the boys sing coarse.


2 EPs : All Hands Lost, This Savage Joy
2 singles: 11 Kinds of Loneliness, 13 Holy Crowns
1 Album: New Youth Bible

Both singles have recieved airplay on BBC Radio 1.

Set List

Memories of Wounds
11 Kinds of Loneliness
13 Holy Crowns
All Hands Lost
Love is Terminal
Of Scottish Blood and Symphathies
The Swedish Rite
Discarded Vampire Cloak