Deep Blue Something is an American alternative rock band formed in Denton, Texas in 1993.  the band is composed of Todd Pipes (vocals and bass), his brother Toby Pipes (vocals, lead guitar), Kirk Tatom (guitar, backing vocals), Clay Bergus (guitar, backing vocals), and John Kirtland (drums).

Deep Blue Something is perhaps best known for their hit single "Breakfast at Tiffany's" which reached the top 3 on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart and became a global hit in 1995, culminating with a U.K. #1 in 1996. The band's music encompasses a range of styles, including alternative rock, pop, and post-grunge.

The band's debut album, "11th Song," was released in 1993 followed by "Home" in 1995, "Byzantium" in 1998 and "Deep Blue Something" in 2000.  Each album showcases the band's songwriting and musicianship, earning them a devoted fanbase and critical acclaim.

Deep Blue Something has also earned a reputation as a dynamic and engaging live band, having toured extensively throughout the US, Europe, and Asia. They have shared the stage with acts such as Oasis, Collective Soul, Phil Collins, Letters To Cleo, Alanis Morrisette, Adam Ant, Spin Doctors, Everclear, Manic Street Preachers, Cheap Trick, and ZZ Top, and have performed at major festivals such as Lollapalooza and SXSW.

Despite going on hiatus in the early 2000's, the band reunited in 2014 to perform a series of live shows and released the, "Locust House," EP in 2020, and the single "Don't Stop" in 2022.  Over 300 million streams on Spotify alone stands as a testament to Deep Blue Something's enduring appeal of their distinctive sound and style.