Delaney Davidson and Barry Saunders - Album Release Tour

When
Sat May 11th, 2019
Where
Meow,
Wellington

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Doors open
8:00pm
Gig starts
9:00pm
Entry
R18
Cover charge*
$30
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Delaney Davidson and Barry Saunders launch Word Gets Around their co-write album with a tour.

“It felt like something that just needed to happen. It felt right.” Says Saunders about the songwriting push these two have wrought into being. “I was just throwing these words and ideas at Delaney and watching them bounce off his head.”

Davidson agrees, “Yes it was all pretty quick, these songs just started appearing out of the kitchen air and we were grabbing them as fast as we could. It has a realness and truth to it. An immediacy that is hard to find in music. Real songs about real things.”

Saunders is a master of localizing the subject, and you can relate to the songs. Guitars in hallways, people on the street, dark smoky parties. These aren’t about some lofty ideal or rooted in glossy production. It’s blood on the floor. Davidsons production brings his trademark immediacy to the game, and gives these songs a sparkle and grain.

The result? “ It’s a manic and barnstorming balance , at times when we were singing we couldn’t tell whose voice was whose, it all just melded together, I’d be singing in Barry’s voice and he in mine..” Says Delaney. “it must be that deal in blood we made..“


Featuring Chris O’Connor on drums and Mark Hughes on Bass, they will tour New Zealand to deliver their new material and I am sure they will also feature classics from their extensive careers.

Tags
country/folk, Delaney Davidson, Barry Saunders, Chris O'Connor, Mark Hughes

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