Delta Spirit reveal plans for new album, tour

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Delta Spirit have revealed plans for a tour in support of their forthcoming self-titled album. The San Diego-bred rockers will make their way to Massachusetts for a show next month. The band will perform at Boston’s Paradise Rock Club on Tuesday, March 27. Tickets for the show, which will also feature openers Waters, are now on sale through Ticketmaster for $18.

Delta Spirit, the band’s third full-length studio album and follow-up to 2010’s History From Below, will hit stores on March 13 through Rounder Records. Produced by Chris Coady (Yeah Yeah Yeahs, TV on the Radio), the new album was recorded at Dreamland, a converted church built in 1896 in Woodstock, New York. Fans can get a taste of the new album with a video teaser of lead single “Empty House”, which is streaming below.

“We found the sound that we’ve been looking for, that we’ve been growing into, and as soon as we hit on it, we ran with it,” said singer-guitarist Matt Vasquez of the new album in a press release. “That’s why it’s a self-titled record, so we could connect our identity with the album, because this album is what we think Delta Spirit is. People make records for their time and we wanted to make one for our time. Just like novelists want to write the Great American Novel, we wanted to make a Great American Record. Not one about yesterday, but one about right now.”

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