After releasing their debut album, a monstrous slab of dark experimental rock Yours Sincerely Dr. Hardcore in 2012 and at the peak of their sci-fi powers Wrexham’s Gallops broke up in 2013 while on tour with ASIYFA. In 2016, they announced their return. Their new album matches the band member’s fuller sense of scope and vision; the sputtering electronics, and often-elongated guitar wails, recall the dystopian visions as depicted in the finest 1980s horror and sci-fi films. There are moments of soaring post-rock, humming dark ambience, esoteric offshoots, bubbling electronics and even the odd gargle of industrial-tinged noise.
Strange Brew Showcase
SLOW PLACE LIKE HOME
Delorentos have been making music together for over 10 yrs, and, in that time, we've seen and done a lot….
Screamed our lungs out on stage. Gasped for air between songs. Stared arm-in arm, in awe, over fields full of people and at beer-soaked audiences in sweaty bars
State Magazine IE - Faces Of 2017 - "County Cork continues to produce artists of rare quality and vision"
Nialler9 - "a song that grows from gentle waves of instrumentation to chugging guitar, from a whisper to a shout”
The Thin Air - "with its subtle synth textures, harmonic flourishes and burrowing chorus refrain, this is cunningly anthemic alt-pop at its finest”
Strange Brew presents
“ANOTHER MASTERFULLY PROPULSIVE, SLICKLY EFFORT FROM THE PAIR. EACH TRACK HERE IS STRAIGHT-UP DANCEFLOOR FIRE AND NO MISTAKE.”
The Thin Air
One of the finest electronic acts in the country make their most welcome return. The ‘Nothing But Love’ EP was one of 2017’s standout releases
Molly Sterling's music takes on a dark and deep direction, where you will find soloistic guitar riffs, melodic cello lines, powerful rhythms all grounded in deep, dark and emotional lyrics, and an artist that possesses a unique and sonorous vocal influenced by and reminiscent of the likes of Lana Del Ray and London Grammar’s Hannah Reid.