These Manchester chaps were in the NMEs bands to watch at the start of 2009. They didn't burst through in the same way that La Roux or Little Boots have but have slowly built up to the 2010 release of their debut album Acolyte. I've heard mixed reviews about them live but the album surprised me in a big way. I'd already heard the likes of Counterpoint and Doubt. I wasn't however aware of strength in depth this wasn't going to have. Delphic have produced an album to rival the likes of Friendly Fires.
They have a national tour with Brighton's Mirrors in January
07 London - The Garage
14 Norwich - Arts Centre
15 Oxford - Academy 2
16 Sheffield - Leadmill
17 Bristol - Thekla
19 Brighton - Audio
20 Wolverhampton - Little Civic
21 Liverpool - Kazimier
22 Glasgow - King Tuts
23 Leeds - Cockpit 2
26 London - The Tabernacle (New To Q)
27 London - Dingwalls (MTV Gig)
29 Manchester - Islington Mill
They are set to be big I think.
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