Matt Heath and Chris Stapp first launched grungy rockers Deja Voodoo as the fictional house band in brief segments of their TV show Back of the Y. The offer of a university orientation tour encouraged them to take their mock rock creation more seriously, and actually become a real band. In line with their Back of the Y antics, the concerts saw ten burning acoustic guitars were smashed over Stapp’s head. Deja Voodoo have released two albums celebrating alcohol, women and beer: Brown Sabbath and Back in Brown. They also featured extensively on the soundtrack to Heath and Stapp’s 2007 film The Devil Dared Me To.