Delaire – Don’t Move Single Review

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Always looking for new music to try?  Try some Delaire….  We tried her new single “Don’t Move” and its devine.

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Sultry London singer Delaire has revealed her brand new single “Don’t Move” today. 

“Don’t Move” leads in with a writhing funk line then dropping to a pounding electro kick. Echos of the disco era certainly seems to be a theme in the song.  The song is coming after her debut single “Belief”,  Delaire now channels her majestic alternative pop to a dance floor direction  -Varying it up is always good.  

 

“Delaire came flying out the blocks with ‘Belief’ last year, picking up huge acclaim from the likes of Hunger, 1883, Hilly Dilly amongst further praise, while also being championed by BBC Introducing and recording with Converse Rubber Tracks. She also played two sold-out shows at The Finsbury, which followed on from her previous sold-out headline show at St. Pancras Old Church.”

 

© Hannah Smiles

© Hannah Smiles

Thoughts

Definitely “Funky” rhythm. Love the way her sultry voice cuts through the song tones – varying from the music behind her.   Good sounds from the disco era echoing feeling back to the past. 

One of the songs of the month for us.  4/5

4 out of 5

 

“Delaire is shining a beautiful new light on the capital’s face of pop, something that’s set to burn even brighter throughout this year.” 

 

If she is the new light of pop in London.  Great news for London.

 

For more on Delaire

Twitter Youtube – Official Site

 

 

Update

BBC Introducing is backing her single big, she also has recently sold out her single launch show at Servant Jazz Quarters. Now having another show announced to be at Paper Dress, Hackney on March 15th.

Here is the recently revealed official video link for this single – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d4L6m1wjyhA

 

Make sure you have a listen….

 

 

 

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