The new single from Boston-born and now Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter Delilah Brao, 'Over The Phone' delivers an emotive and heavy narrative packaged in a stunning folk-laced indie pop song.
Taken from her upcoming seven song EP 'Since You're In New York' produced by Justin Lucas (Kahlid, Alec Benjamin) and mixed by Philip Etherington (FINNEAS, Lizzy McAlpine, Tiny Habits). Delilah has garnered over 3.5 million streams and has received adds in numerous editorial playlists including Spotify's Fresh Finds: Pop and Apple Music's New In Indie.
Delilah Brao is that girl you can’t really figure out. You like her, but you don’t know why. She's elusive. She's complicated. Sometimes, she feels like a walking contradiction. You love that about her.
In her debut EP, Since You’re In New York, Delilah ruminates on long distance relationships, heartbreak and starting over. Produced by Justin Lucas (Khalid, The Revivalists, Alec Benjamin, Wafia) and mixed by Philip Etherington (Lizzy McAlpine, FINNEAS, Laufey, Tiny Habits), this folk-pop EP is sparsely and delicately produced to showcase Delilah’s moving songwriting and ethereal vocals. She's singing about herself, and you, and it's still somehow out of reach.
Her leading single 'Over The Phone' is a stunning folk-laced pop single all about heartbreak from a long distance relationship. She confides, "Over The Phone is about this guy I dated who broke up with me on FaceTime. The call only lasted 5 minutes - it’s like he fit it in between episodes of the series we were watching together. It’s grim. We dated for years. But, long distance sucks and the song kind of speaks for itself in that way."
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