The Black Delta Movement share new single & video 'Zip-Tie'. Second album 'Recovery Effects' out April 14 on Fuzz Club Records.
Following their recent single ‘Fourth Pass Over The Graveyard’, Kingston-upon-Hull’s The Black Delta Movement have dropped a new single and video ‘Zip-Tie’. The track is the latest to be lifted from their incoming second album ‘Recovery Effects’, due out April 14th on Fuzz Club. Featuring Little Barrie’s Barrie Cadogan and produced by The Heliocentrics’ Malcolm Catto, ‘Recovery Effects’ is TBDM’s first new music in nearly five years and promises 8 tracks of immersive, groove-heavy psychedelic rock. Out today, you can watch the video for the track below and pre-order the LP here.
A piece of moody motorik post-punk, TBDM’s Matt Burr says of the new single: “Zip Tie is a song about depression, anxiety and feeling hopeless. The feeling of there being nothing more than feeling like that."
'Recovery Effects' arrives off the back of The Black Delta Movement’s highly-praised 2018 debut album 'Preservation', UK and European touring and over 300 live shows over the years – sharing stages with the likes of The Jesus and Mary Chain, The Brian Jonestown Massacre, The Stranglers, Drenge, Temples and Toy, to name just a few. In support of the new album, TBDM will play two ‘Recovery Effects’ release shows at London’s 100 Club (May 3rd) and Hull's The New Adelphi (May 5th). They have also just announced a run of dates in the Netherlands supporting Bo Ningen.
Upcoming The Black Delta Movement Gigs
May 3 - London, UK @ 100 Club
May 5 - Hull, UK @ The New Adelphi
May 24 - Groningen @ VERA*
May 25 - Nijmegen @ Dornroosje*
Tickets on-sale here
* Supporting Bo Ningen