Delaire - Don't Move

Check out the new video from Delaire - 'Don't Move', her new single which is out now.

Delaire has revealed the stunning video for her new single ‘Don’t Move’. Awash with a dazzling array of captivating colours and dynamic lights, it dapples Delaire in homage to the daring new electronic direction the sultry singer is taking.

‘Don’t Move’ leads with a writhing funk line as if delivered by a be-sparkled Nile Rodgers, before dropping into a pounding electro kick inspired by the pulsating beat of glitter-ball disco like an Overpowered Roisin Murphy.

The single has seen Delaire continue her formidable rise in the UK music scene. She’s now a ‘Featured Artist’ of BBC Introducing, which complements a recent live session at the iconic Maida Vale Studios as part of BBC Radio's, People's History of Pop.

‘Don’t Move’ has also received big support from Amazing Radio, joining her debut single ‘Belief’ which previously topped the station’s ‘Audition’ chart.

Delaire celebrated the release of ‘Don’t Move’ with a sold out headline show at Servant Jazz Quarters, Dalston last week. The sultry songstress can be caught live in the capital again next month, where she’ll be performing at the Paper Dress Indigo Sessions, Hackney on March 17th.

Currently working on her future hits with Converse Rubber Tracks, Delaire is quickly rising as one of the most promising new voices in pop.

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