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Deep Blue Something

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American rock band Deep Blue Something merges alternative rock, melodic pop, and post-grunge grit. They are perhaps best known for their enduring multi-platinum single "Breakfast at Tiffany's." Taken from their gold-certified sophomore set Home, the globally beloved smash hit reached number one in the U.K. and entered the Top Three in the U.S. After a pair of subsequent albums -- 1998's Byzantium and 2001's self-titled effort -- the crew split up. Over a decade later, the original members reunited and issued the Locust House EP in 2015. Additional singles followed in the 2020s, including "Don't Stop" and "Cherry Lime Rickey." The band was formed in 1993 by four students at the University of North Texas in Denton, northwest of Dallas: Todd Pipes (vocals/bass), his brother Toby (guitar/ vocals), Clay Bergus (guitar), and John Kirtland (drums). Bergus parted ways with the group before they recorded their first album, and his spot was filled by Kirk Tatom. That album, 11th Song, arrived in 1993. Their next recording, Home, appeared on the local RainMaker label in October 1994 and represented a significant upgrade in production value. On its strength, Deep Blue Something was signed by Interscope, which released a modified version of the album in June 1995, followed by the single "Breakfast at Tiffany's." Though the group considered themselves an alternative band, "Breakfast at Tiffany's" took off as a pop single, reaching the Top Five on the U.S. Hot 100 by the end of the year. Meanwhile, the song topped the charts in Scotland and the U.K. and was a Top Ten smash throughout Europe, North America, and Australia. Though Home achieved gold-record status, Deep Blue Something's follow-up release, Byzantium, was a long time coming. First, the band parted ways with Interscope. Then Tatom left the band and Bergus returned. Even though recording on album number three was already in progress, various hurdles put the release on hold until it eventually came out in Japan and a handful of European countries. They signed with the Aezra label (a subsidiary of EMI) and issued the self-titled Deep Blue Something in 2001. The set featured five songs from Byzantium, along with eight newly recorded tracks. Shortly after the album's release, Deep Blue Something went on hiatus for over a decade. During that time, the bandmembers produced other groups, recorded solo material, formed other bands, and started record labels. In 2014, Todd, Toby, Kirtland, and both Tatom and Bergus reunited. They marked their comeback with a new EP, Locust House, which arrived in 2015. Additional standalone singles such as "Hide," "Don't Stop," and "Cherry Lime Rickey" carried them into a new decade.
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