Francis of Delirium Release New Song ‘Let It All Go’

    Francis of Delirium, the duo led by 19-year-old Jana Bahrich alongside collaborator Chris Hewett, have released a new track titled ‘Let It All Go’. It’s the second single from the group’s upcoming EP, Wadingand arrives with an accompanying claymation video shot, edited, and directed by Bahrich. Check it out below.

    “Let It All Go’ chronicles a full commitment to isolation,” Bahrich explained in a statement. “It imagines me on a night out, drunk and babbling on about how sad I am. Nobody wants to be around that person. At the heart of this song, away from all the craziness, is a desire to accept change and find acceptance within myself, letting go of holding onto any pain or hurt.”

    Wading, the follow-up to Francis of Delirium’s All Change EP, arrives April 2 via Dalliance Recordings. Featuring the previously released single ‘Lakes’, the EP was mixed by Gabe Wax (Adrianne Lenker, Palehound, Squirrel Flower) and mastered by Joe Lambert (The National, Sharon Van Etten, Dirty Projectors).

    Konstantinos Pappis
    Konstantinos Pappis
    Konstantinos Pappis is a writer, journalist, and music editor at Our Culture. His work has also appeared in Pitchfork, GIGsoup, and other publications. He currently lives in Athens, Greece.

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