DELADAP‘s NEW SINGLE PREMIERES TODAY! It’s the perfect retro swing for a post-Corona year of the new 20s … 😉 – cool vibes will bring you into good mood despite the ongoing Corona madness!
EVERY ONCE IN A WHILE ….
… an artist re-invents a musical trend and will offer a new, completely different, fresh interpretation of the spirit of age. This is exactly what DELADAP, the great neo-swingers from Vienna, are doing with their new single. Perfectly contradicting the fatigue feeling of most of us after endless lockdown months, worries about the future and restrictions hindering our “joie de vivre” – by taking us back to the good old days.
A flawless boogie swing track in retro radio styling, as if it were freshly made in the 20s and 30s of the last century, after the Spanish flu was finally overcome. Now that we can hope for an end to the corona madness and see the much-cited light at the end of the tunnel, too, DELADAP deliver the right soundtrack for it: peace, joy, fun … a big band brass mash-up that will literally blow away your every day’s worries: “GET DOWN AND BOOGIE”!
DELADAP mastermind Stani Vana will present the single live on TV (ORF/ “Studio 2”) on March 24, for the summer the band is already planning the “PLAY!” tour with numerous live premieres in Austria and Europe – within the whatever then officially permissible frameworks and conditions!
Listen in to this # 10-single of their forthcoming All-12-singles-album due in fall this year and you will hear how surprisingly this track stands out from the rest of the sounds you could listen to in most radios or mainstream programs. Enjoy, turn it loud and GET DOWN AND BOOGIE!
DELADAP is a Neo Swing band from Vienna in Austria and it’s the groove, the beat, this is DELADAP.
DELADAP’s history is one of constant change, progression and the exciting search for their own unique version of pop. “I take one step forward and one step back/dance like crazy and I’m right on track/I’m a rocket on a mission, got no simple plan/just one big vision, people clap your hands,” they sing in “Merry Go Round.” Just like all pop music—indeed, all art—DELADAP want to bring people together on equal footing, get them to connect with each other and not necessarily tear down the artificial walls that separate us on various levels, but instead dance all over them. Omnipresent cultural pessimism is treated lightheartedly on the title track “Bring It On,” though they certainly position themselves against it: “Take my hand we’re going out tonight/We’ll be like cats and dogs and everything just feels right/Don’t think twice, you’ve waited far too long/now take my hand the best is yet to come.”