Conjurer’s Brady reveals album plans on his return to campus

News Page 19th February 2019

Singer-guitarist with critically acclaimed metal band Conjurer, Brady Deeprose, found time to visit to his old University of Northampton stomping ground before jetting off for a major North American tour.

Since graduating from the Popular Music course in 2014, Brady’s band have enjoyed a steady rise in popularity with critics and fans alike and are about to embark on a  whistle-stop, 34-date Kerrang!-sponsored tour of the United States and Canada.

Brady was invited back to campus at the start of February, where he joined other music graduates for a panel discussion on the industry.

The press office caught up with Brady before his panel appearance to ask him about Conjurer’s plans for 2019, playing to packed festival crowds, his University experience and when the band will be releasing the follow-up to 2018’s acclaimed debut album, Mire. Watch the video interview below:

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