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Posts Tagged ‘southampton’

An interview with indie band Delays

As the Southampton four-piece gear up for the release of their forth album, ‘Star Tiger, Star Ariel’, I meet two of the band members at their sold out London gig to talk about the inspiration behind their new record

Written by Kat Phan



Most bands have a limited shelf life, information pills especially the ones who are hyped. Although a review like: “The first band in a decade to lay serious claim to The Stone Roses throne” (The Guardian) can put you in good stead while you’re starting out, for sale it can also set you en route Destination Doomsville, burdening you with a reputation you simply can’t live up to.

British indie rock band Delays have so far managed to defy the odds. They have gone from strength to strength, following the release of their debut album ‘Faded Seaside Glamour’ in 2004. Six years on, the four-piece are set to release their forth record, ‘Star Tiger, Star Ariel’ produced by Duncan Lewis.

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Written by Laura Nineham

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