Help Wanted! We’re looking for contributors

You wanted to fight for a cause? Then come in and join Deepest Sighs!

Don’t stop, don’t stop — keep reading. We write stuff about this band we believe in.

It’s a great time, time spent with us. We’re cool fans who love songs with great lyrics.

You can join the cowards all aboard the outrage train, or you can join Deepest Sighs, and come drinking in the rain.

We want someone to want us for who we are. We want fans who’ll try and not let us down easy, easy tonight. Easy, easy tonight….

Hi Gang of Youths fans! Hope you enjoyed our little riff on “Let Me Down Easy” and even more, we hope you’ll think about joining us on this fun journey as we share our love and appreciation for Gang of Youths with fans all over the world.

If you’re interested in sharing and expressing your fandom with others, here are some of the ways you can contribute to Deepest Sighs:


Write a guest article(s). We’re looking for interesting fan stories to share. We know the band’s music means a great deal to many of you for very personal reasons. If you’re willing to share that with the world, why not share it here? It could be a personal story about something the band’s songs have helped you overcome, or something the music has helped you understand … or something on the lighter side that other fans would love to read about.

Or, if you love to write and can write on a consistent basis — news, features, interviews, etc. — we’re open to adding regular staff/contributors to the team.


Share your concert photos with us for permanent archiving here on Deepest Sighs. We know it’s fun to share pics on social media, but after a day or two they’re never seen again. We’re hosting photo albums from fans that you can refer to time and time again — see the Nashville photos that Jones Willingham shared with us, or the Indianapolis photos that Michelle Watson shared. We’d love to add your photos, too!


Similarly, if you have full-song concert videos, we’d love to share them on our YouTube channel.


Participate in the Gang of Youths fan forum here on DS. We have a neat group of fans from around the world posting in the forum, and we’d love to have your input there, too. Start some discussions, join existing conversations or add to our growing collection of Gang of Youths GIFs.

Hidden Talents?

If you have some other talent (drawing, making videos, Photoshopping hysterical memes, etc.) that you think fans would enjoy, tell us about it. We’re keeping things in the open.

We’re looking for people warm and smart, with a heart in first and a soul behind. If that’s you, drop us a note today and let us know how you want to contribute. Respond to the call while there’s speakers in the outfield blasting out your favorite song. We can’t wait to hear from you!

(Photo by Bruce via Creative Commons.)

Site news: Gang of Youths’ Tour History complete

After hundreds of hours of research, we’ve finally completed the Tours section of — it’s the most accurate and comprehensive accounting of Gang of Youths’ concert history on the web, going back to their first proper gig in 2012 and continuing to the present day.

If you just want to dive right in, here’s the link:

Gang of Youths’ Tours & Concert Setlists

At the bottom of that page, after the links to all of GOY’s tours, we shared some detail on the research that helped us track down all known performances, lots of setlist information, plus photos, videos and more.

Now that we’ve finished building out this section of the site, we’re able to put together some interesting data — like how many shows the band has played, what countries and venues they’ve played the most, and so forth. We’ve got answers in this new video:

Great thanks to Joanne Madaffari, Krissie C., Jones Willingham, Michelle W. and David R. for sharing the photos and video we used in that video!

Did we miss something?

If you have any additions or corrections that we should make in the Tours section, get in touch anytime. We’d love to hear from you!

If you have photos or videos from any GOY show, we’d love to include them on our concert pages. See the Nashville photo gallery that Jones Willingham shared with us, or the Indianapolis photo gallery that Michelle W. shared for an example of how we’ll present your stuff.

If you’ve read this far – thanks! Now reward yourself by checking out our Tours section. 🙂

Just added: Gang of Youths’ concerts from 2012-2013

Quick site update to pass along! In the Tours section, we’ve added all of Gang of Youths’ concerts from 2012-2013 that we’ve been able to find in our research. They’re broken into two main sections:

The latter is when GOY supported Cloud Control for a dozen Australian shows in August-September 2013.

The former includes Gang of Youths’ first proper concert on June 21, 2012, at Hibernian House. A music blogger was there and had some good things to say about the band (click that link to read more). We also have what we believe is the band’s first show outside Australia on October 18, 2013, at Cake Shop in New York City. was there — click that link to see a few photos of GOY on stage and read what they said about the show.

If we’re missing any shows or you think we got something wrong, we’d love to know about it — email contact @ please.

We still have a few years of shows to add, so stay tuned and thanks for your patience.