For fans of the dynamic duo known as Deep Dish, the eight-year wait is almost over. Following up on the launch of an enigmatic website in January, the tag team of Dubfire and Sharam just announced that yes, the rumours are true, they are in fact reuniting.
Deep Dish has confirmed the release of Quincy, their first new single since 2006, as well as a special one-off show March 29 at the Ice Palace in Miami (tickets can be found here), which coincidentally falls on the Saturday of Ultra Music Festival. In an interview with Billboard, Sharam spoke about the group’s legacy:
“To me, there’s no difference between Led Zeppelin and Deep Dish and what we accomplished… They captured the imagination of their era; we captured the imagination of our era. That’s a controversial thing to say. Whatever, fuck it, I don’t care. That’s what it was.”
Big words, to be sure, but if anyone can back it up, it’s these two. Quincy will be premiered this Friday on Pete Tong’s BBC Radio 1 show and will be released worldwide on March 31 via Virgin Records. In the meantime, you can preview the song down below. Regarding news on a possible world tour, no details have been released as of yet, but we’ll keep you posted.