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Following the release of her critically-acclaimed top 5 debut album From the Roots Up, 21-year old North London singer-songwriter Delilah is pleased to announce details of her new single ‘Shades of Grey’, which will be released on September 17th. Delilah (aka Paloma Stoeker) commented, “So happy my album is finally out for all to hear! My fans have been so supportive and positive about the record. My next single is ‘Shades Of Grey’ simply put is about love. Falling out of it! The breakdown of a relationship, but learning to look forward as every cloud has a silver lining.” 

Delilah’s upcoming headline tour kicks off at the Leicester O2 Academy on October 20th and will see her play Birmingham, Manchester, Newcastle, Sheffield, Brighton, London’s O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire and conclude on October 29th at Bristol O2 Academy. She last toured the UK in the Spring, which included a sold-out, packed-to-the-rafters show at London’s KOKO.

She has also had a busy summer playing UK festivals practically every weekend including Lovebox, Wireless, Camp Bestival, Radio 1’s Hackney Big Weekend and this past weekend, she knocked the socks off V Festival. If you missed a chance to catch her live, she has just been announced as main support for Plan B at iTunes Festival on September 4th. You can still apply to win tickets here – http://www.itunesfestival.com/.

The single will come with remixes by the likes of UK garage innovator MJ Cole as well as a SpectraSoul D&B remix too. SpectraSoul are signed to Shogun Audio, Radio 1 DJ Friction’s label.

SUMMER DATES

1st September Sundown Festival
4th September iTunes Festival (supporting Plan B)

HEADLINE TOUR

20th October Leicester O2 Academy 2
21st October Birmingham Institute
23rd October Manchester Academy 2
24th October Newcastle Digital
25th October Sheffield Plug
27th October Brighton Concorde
28th October London O2 Shepherds Bush Empire
29th October Bristol O2 Academy

http://www.livenation.co.uk/artist/delilah-tickets

www.delilahofficial.co.uk

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