Delta Maid Releases 'Nashville-friendly' New Single in July, Tours with The Pierces & Bryan Ferry
Following on the heels of her "country-fried" debut single, "Of My Own," Liverpudlian Delta Blues singer/songwriter Delta Maid is back with a followup (and EQUALLY AMAZING) single called "Spend A Little Time." The single, due out July 10th on Geffen/Future Records, is a "perky dose of down to earth country" and a worthy follow up to her snappy debut. The "Nashville friendly, blues inspired" song sees Delta rejecting the advances of a big shot big spender in favor of a man who just wants to spend time with her. Listen to what Delta had to say about the song's origins:
"I wrote this after having a talk with friends about prospective partners, a couple of them were a bit guilty of aspiring to go out with someone rich, powerful or famous. That was the trigger for this song. It was a light hearted way of saying money and status isn't everything, well, to me it isn't anyway."On May 9th, Delta Maid released her debut album, Outside Looking In, to rave reviews from The Sun, who called Maid "Sexy, young and with a talent for writing songs that cut right to the emotional core," and MOJO, who claimed "Outside Looking In has grooves packed with the weathered kind of emotion L'Oreal can't erase." Listen to "Spend A Little Time" below and tell me what you think.
Delta Maid - Spend A Little Time by Delta Maid
Delta is currently in the midst of her first headlining tour in the UK. Check out a list of remaining tour dates, festival dates, and supporting dates with Bryan Ferry and The Pierces below and try and check her out! Pre-order "Spend A Little Time" on UK iTunes HERE, download "Of My Own" HERE or download the album, Outside Looking In HERE.
June 15th//LONDON//Bush Hall (WITH THE PIERCES)
June 16th//LONDON//Bush Hall (WITH THE PIERCES)
July 14th//SALISBURY//Lamer Tree Festival
July 15th//Gloucestershire Forestry Show (WITH BRYAN FERRY)
July 16th//Norfolk Forestry Show (WITH BRYAN FERRY)
August 14th//LEICESTER//Summer Sundae Weekender