Rising singer/songwriter Delilah Brao releases ‘Over the Phone’
The Boston-born and L.A.-based artist has shared her lead single from her forthcoming debut EP, Since You’re In New York.
Up-and-coming singer/songwriter Delilah Brao has released her first single of 2023. Culled from her upcoming debut EP, Since You’re In New York, the track is an impressive slice of folk-laced pop bundled up in a three-minute runtime.
“‘Over The Phone’ is about this guy I dated who broke up with me on FaceTime. The call only lasted 5 minutes – it’s like he fit it in between episodes of the series we were watching together. It’s grim. We dated for years. But, long distance sucks and the song kind of speaks for itself in that way.”
Produced by Justin Lucas (Kahlid, Alec Benjamin) and mixed by Philip Etherington (FINNEAS, Lizzy McAlpine, Tiny Habits),Since You’re In New York sees Brao ruminate on long-distance relationships, heartbreak, and starting over.
‘Over the Phone’ is available now on all streaming services.
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