An undisclosed North London boozer, lots of red wine and a chance meeting defined the genesis of Delilah’s Gold in 2004. Despite a well-received self-titled EP release and countless headline slots at established London venues, they took two years off the London live circuit – with no long-term aim of reforming – allowing its key players to focus on individual music projects and hone already proven talents.
Time is one of the greatest assets a group of musicians can have: the… read more
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