The Black Delta Movement
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GB Hull – Alternative Rock / Rock ’n’ Roll / Psychedelic / Garage Rock / Indie
The Black Delta Movement
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Edit-artist-releases-release-placeholder Seven Circles EP EP 2016
Edit-artist-releases-release-placeholder Ghost Dance EP 2013
Edit-artist-releases-release-placeholder Lavender House EP 2012
Edit-artist-releases-release-placeholder Peach Flavoured Hand Grenade EP 2011
Ruby Music
Edit-artist-releases-release-placeholder The Trip Single 2014
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The Black Delta Movement are a heavy garage rock & roll outfit from Kingston-Upon-Hull, England.

Having played 200 shows since their formation, the band have supported the likes of The Jesus And Mary Chain, The Stranglers, Kaiser Chiefs, Temples, Drenge, Toy, The View, The Bohicas, Shaun Ryder, Jefferson Airplane and many more.

They've recently put out their 'Seven Circles EP' recorded at Magic Garden Studios with Gavin Monaghan (Editors, Ocean Colour Scene, Ryan Adams, The Twang, The Sherlocks etc.)

Previous releases have gained the interest of Liz Kershaw (6Music), Steve Lamacq (6Music), Janice Long (Radio 2), Rodney Bingenheimer (KROQ) and have been played on KCRW.

Recent successful shows in Moscow led to the band being approached by Russian producer, Ilya Mazaev, who after having seen their live act, asked if he could record the band. This resulted in the track 'Medusa' which features as a bonus track on the 'Seven Circles EP'.

The Black Delta Movement have built a solid reputation as a live act and recently headlined Hull’s Freedom Festival and performed at several major festivals nationwide such as Cosmosis, Bingley, Standon Calling and Liverpool Sound City.

What They Are Saying...

“(The Black Delta Movement) really, really caught my attention” Liz Kershaw (BBC Radio 6 Music)

“Great Boys, thanks so much” Kim Fowley (On hearing the band’s version of The Trip)

“The Black Delta Movement are a band on the rise” Alan McGee (Founder of Creation Records)

"Our fave new band" Creation Records Tweet

"They had a swagger and a style that belied their years, they're only young but they can really rock" Baz Warne (The Stranglers)

"They’re an extremely hard working and intelligent psychedelic indie rock band" Paul Jackson (Owner of The New Adelphi Club)

"We rarely get a band back in twice in 12 months but The Black Delta Movement are moving so far forward so fast" Alan Raw (BBC Introducing)

"British Rock'n'roll of the highest order, with a distinct acknowledgement to their forefather, yet with a firm foot in the now and beyond. BDM can, and should, go all the way within the industry" Mark Page (Founder of Humber Street Sesh)

"If Tame Impala and Oasis had a love child, The Black Delta Movement would be that child, class" Double Denim Live

Live Dates 2016

7th February - Crofters, Bristol
13th February - Sebright Arms, London
14th February - The Prince Albert, Brighton
12th March - Cosmosis Festival, Manchester
15th April - Asylum, Hull
20th April - Cafe Indiependent, Scunthorpe
23rd April - City Hall, Hull
8th May - Old Blue Last, London
12th May - Jericho Tavern, Oxford
13th May - Social, Doncaster
14th May - Stereo, Glasgow
15th May - Bannermans, Edinburgh
16th May - Fallow Cafe, Manchester
17th May - Oporto, Leeds
20th May - Avalon, Darlington
21st May - Great Escape, Brighton
27th May - The Welly Club, Hull
3rd July - Shantifest, Lincoln
6th August - Party In The Pines, Scunthorpe
6th August - Humber St Sesh, Hull
12th August - Hedfest, Hedon
27th August - Watchet Festival, Somerset
8th September - Bannermans, Edinburgh
9th September - Town Hall, Montrose
20th September - The Polar Bear, Hull
24th September - Trinity Festival, Hull
30th September - The Old Blue Last, London
15th October - The Chameleon Arts Cafe, Nottingham
11th November - Rainbow, Birmingham
2nd December - New Adelphi, Hull
3rd December - The Captain Cook Inn, Staithes