Delete Delete

Delete Delete

Delete DeleteAuckland synth-guitar trio Delete Delete release their second single Between The Lines on Friday March 7th – a follow up to 2013’s successful debut What Do You Take Me For.

The band presents a new sound with familiar faces; the chemistry of Lani Purkis (Elemeno P), Kurt Shanks & Chris van de Geer (Stellar*) driving Delete Delete.  The trio used their December national tour to road-test new material and nail the right approach for Between The Lines.  Between The Lines is kindly funded by NZ On Air’s Making Tracks and features on the February Kiwi Hit Disc.

The song blends guitar bite with synth tension to great impact, with Lani’s vocal providing momentum from start to finish.  As RipItUp said of the band: “Tongue on battery sizzling synths, crashing guitars and a lyrical thrust delivered with a jaw out, leg splitting mouth-watering swagger.”

Expect to see Delete Delete’s debut album in Spring 2014.  Check out the latest video cut of Between The lines below

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