Francis of Delirium Share Video for New Song ‘Come Out and Play’

    Francis of Delirium are back with a new song, ‘Come Out and Play’, which arrives alongside a self-animated video. The track was mixed by Jolyon Thomas (Royal Blood, Slaves) and mastered by Joe Lambert (Sharon Van Etten, Deerhunter). Check it out below. 

    ““I kept thinking about clowns when making this song, I watched Felini’s 8 ½ and the closing scene where a procession of clowns play in a band stuck with me,” Jana Bahrich explained in a statement. “I had them in my mind for months, thinking about the way they hid behind painted faces, keeping so much hidden from the audience, and also just how sad they seemed. I wanted this song to feel dark and to have an eeriness that would make sense in the background of some weird art movie about funhouses and carnivals.”

    ‘Come Out and Play’ follows the release of Francis of Delirium’s second EP, Wading. The band are set to embark on a UK headline tour this October. Find the full list of dates below.

    Read our Artist Spotlight interview with Francis of Delirium.

    Francis of Delirium 2021 Tour Dates: 

    Sep 8 – Crossroads Festival – Roubaix, France
    Sep 9 – Waves Vienna 2021 – Wien, Austria
    Oct 18  – Broadcast – Glasgow, UK
    Oct 19 – Castle Hotel – Manchester, UK
    Oct 20 – Folklore – London, UK
    Oct 21 – Ramsgate Music Hall – Ramsgate, UK
    Oct 22 – The Crofters Rights – Bristol, UK
    Oct 24 – Drummonds – Worcester, UK
    Oct 26 – The Bullingdon – Oxford, UK*
    Oct 27 – The Boilerroom – Guildford, UK*
    Oct 28 – Omeara – London, UK*

    *Supporting Coach Party

    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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