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Battling Delirium


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Inspired by the acidic levity of LSD and the coughs from the forever-growing Mother Mary Jane, Battling Delirium was born in 1998. “Naturaldelia” was self-released nearly a decade later.

Singer/Musician, Andrew Overstreet, keeps the music dark and curious with tapered intros and endless track body. His inspiration is forever clear but the music is undeniably unique. Andrew started this wild adventure in 1997 as a couch-hopping, jobless and drugged out teen. His drug influences kept him below conformity, while taking him above and beyond sober artistry. Andrew quotes, “I didn’t trip because I wanted to get fucked up, I did it to experience my minds full creative potential without the distractions of real life.”

In 2005, After fiddle-farting around with multiple band members, writing hundreds of lyrics, firing a manager and telling a label to fuck off, Andrew decided he’d go it alone. Andrew released “Naturaldelia” to the public on October 7, 2007; his birthday. It didn’t take long for the public hear to follow. Even with no label, no manager and no backing of any kind, Andrew managed to sell over 1,000 copies (CD and Download) in less than a year.

Now, with the public’s attention, Battling Delirium hopes to bring it’s next project to the table with new members of the band.

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