Paddy McKenna hears from Delorentos about the art and craft of songwriting, investigating some of the themes and techniques they draw upon to create their music.
Date: Thursday 18th December
Time: 7pm – 9pm
Location: IMRO, Copyright House, Pembroke Row, Lower Baggot Street, Dublin 2.
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Musicians by vocation and occupation, one of Delorentos’ best asset is the intuition with which they interact with one another. Those idiosyncrasies make this band what it is, firmly rooted in the unspoken ties that bind; collaboration, mutual respect, and the art of pushing things forward.
Delorentos released ‘Night Becomes Light’, the follow up album to the critically acclaimed ‘Little Sparks’, on October 10th this year on Delorecords/Universal Music Ireland. Night Becomes Light features the electrifying single ‘Show Me Love’.
Night Becomes Light is the fifth album from Delorentos, following their debut In Love With Detail, second album You Can Make Sound, the Meteor Choice Music Prize-winning Little Sparks, and limited edition acoustic record Unbroken, Untied.
They are currently being hailed as one of Ireland’s finest and most imaginative bands. As well as their recording success, Delorentos have always been a touring band, having played extensively in Ireland, as well as the UK, Europe and North America.
Success and ability come dropping slow, and Delorentos bottle it with increasing sophistication, safe in the knowledge that the long game, the slow burner, the incremental improvement, is how the greatest work is crafted. They have two goals: to be as good a band as they possibly can be, and to write the best songs they possibly can.