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Louisville singer-songwriter Delafaye’s ‘Acid Tongue’ is hard to hear, on purpose

He has a lush voice, but his recordings are mixed to sound the way they do.

Photo: Courtesy of the artist

 

Delafaye
Photo: Courtesy of the artist

Opening sequence worthy: Louisville, Kentucky artist Delafaye released an ethereal new song, best described as the hit song you hear when you have cotton swabs in your ears. He has a lush voice, but his recordings are mixed to sound the way they do. I wonder how his set sounds when he performs. Listen to the track from his ‘Acid Tongue EP’ now. If you’re into it, be on the lookout for his full-length debut album this year.


Written by Richardine Bartee

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