Deadcuts are an English post punk group formed in 2012 by former Senseless Things front man, Mark Keds (vocals/guitar) and Jerome Alexandre (guitar/backing vocals).  Mark is also known for his previous work with The Wildhearts and Jolt, as well as co-writing The Libertines Can't Stand Me Now.    
After the departure of members Mark McCarthy (The Wonder Stuff) and Trevor Sharpe (Miranda Sex Garden), the group were joined by ex- Senseless Things and Gorrilaz drummer Cass Browne and bass player Joseph Johns.  
The band supported The Libertines at their surprise Dublin Castle gig  and again in January 2016 at their Greenwich O2 Arena show in London.      In the same month they were joined on stage by Andy MacKay (Roxy Music) and Charlotte Glasson (Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, Herbie Flowers) for a rendition of David Bowie ’s “V2 Schneider” and “Lazarus” as part of a David Bowie Tribute concert in aid of Cancer Resarch UK at London’s Bush Hall, alongside other artists including Sophie Ellis Bextor, Graham "Suggs" McPherson (Madness), Jay Mehler (Kasabian), Ed Harcourt, Nick McCarthy (Franz Ferdinand).   . They also performed at a fundraiser show for former Mega City Four frontman Wiz in the same week. 
The band supported Pete Doherty on various dates during his Eudamonia tour in 2016   with Peter joining the band on stage.   Other supports during this time included Fat White Family and Beach Slang, with several members of Senseless Things and joining Beachslang on stage during their encore.   
Deadcuts collaborated with New York hip hop group Flatbush Zombies on the track “Aries”, in November 2016 and the track was also used in the Marvel Comics Black Panther: A Nation Under Our Feet series.         
Aaron Scars replaced Joseph Johns on bass in early 2017. 
In February 2018 the band released their sophomore album “Hit On All Sixxes”, although it had been completed a year earlier its release was held up for various reasons.   The album features guest appearances by John Perry (The Only Ones), Charlotte Glasson, Morgan Nicholls (Muse) and Raven Bush.