The Deep Space-EP is a bit of a turning point for Eisley. It was their first release after leaving Warner Brothers Records and also their first release recorded in their own home studio. It turns out the combination of liberating factors along with some personal difficulties they were going through in their family, fueled what could be considered one of the signature releases in their entire catalog. For some fans this could be seen as a very divisive point. Deep Space was also an opportunity for Eisley to pursue an atmospheric consistency throughout the length of the EP. It also has the distinction of being the only EP in the catalog constituted of material exclusive to that release alone, with the exception of one song [ "192" Days was featured in demo for on the Fire Kites-EP].