My my my, Delilah

Her de­but al­bum isn’t out un­til the sum­mer, but UK singer-song­writer Delilah has al­ready col­lab­o­rated with a ton of mu­si­cians and has a cat­a­logue of al­most 200 songs. By Jim Car­roll

The Irish Times - Friday - The Ticket - - Film -

ANY­ONE FOR an­other new UK singer with a fan­tas­tic voice and swoon­some tunes to go with it? Say howdy to Delilah (Paloma Stoeker to her fam­ily), whose soul­ful tunes (like Never Be An­other One) and abil­ity to ef­fort­lessly run the gamut of pop, dub­step and drum’n’bass have had folks wow­ing about her. record be­cause they come straight out and are thrown in at the deep end. I feel com­fort­able on­stage and with my mu­sic.” “My la­bel sug­gested that I hook up with Chase & Sta­tus and we went into the stu­dio and wrote lots of songs to­gether and I went on tour with them. I’ve also worked with Bren­dan But­ler, Skream, Emeli Sandé, tons more. I’ve worked with pretty much ev­ery­body. I’d love to work with An­dré 3000: he’s some­thing of a mu­si­cal ge­nius and he has this amaz­ing mys­tique about him, which I like.”

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