The Black Delta Movement drop album ‘Preservation’ this August, praise for their debut22 August 2018
Hull-based, 6 Music-tipped garage-rock quartet, The Black Delta Movement, dropped their debut album ‘Preservation’ earlier in August (out via Clubbed Thumb/Non-Delux), they are set to support the release with a full UK tour in October ticking off a date at London’s Water Rats on October 12.
Upon release, ‘Preservation’ secured tips at Drowned in Sound (“It’s about time a band came along with chin and chest out, a pile of good songs, guitars turned all the way up and just let it all go” 9/10″), Uncut (“Evokes the spirit of Jason Pierce before he hung up his Spaceman’s helmet”), The Line Of Best Fit (“They’re grabbing the UK garage rock scene by the scruff of the neck, pummelling new life into it with a sneer”), and Shindig! (“Honest, fluid and hard-hitting” ****).
Produced by Mike Burnham (Fuzz Club, Holy Wave), ‘Preservation’ draws the curtain on the first installment of The Black Delta Movement, a band that has previously picked up the support of Barrie Cadogan (The The, Primal Scream), Anton Newcombe, and Alan McGee. Watch the video for recent single, ‘Let The Rain Come’ below.
16/09 | Psych Weekender, Manchester
11/10 | Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar, Brighton
12/10 | Water Rats, London
13/10 | The Lab, Northampton
17/10 | The New Adelphi, Hull
20/10 | Bootleg Social, Blackpool
25/10 | Record Junkee, Sheffield
26/10 | The Basement, York
08/11 | Classic Grand, Glasgow
09/11 | Smiths, Bathgate