Wednesday, November 11, 2009
New Jersey's Delft have posted an update on their upcoming new album...
"Okay, so it took us a really long time, but our record is done. It's called "if anything should happen". We're hoping to have it out by Christmas. It's a rowdy litter of songs that we think you'll really like.
We're going to be playing some shows before Christmas as well. Stay tuned for those details because we'll probably have more on that by this time next week.
Unfortunately, the next show that we play is going to be Fish's farewell show with the band. He had a huge part in creating this record and we are going to miss him a lot.
The show after that is going to be Dan's welcome show with the band. We're really psyched to have this guy on board and we're really looking forward to new things with him.
Thanks for bearing with us as we created this record and weathered the storm that came along with it. The next news update that we have is going to be accompanied with a lot more fanfare. For now, we've made our first two EPs available for free download from our pure volume page, just go to www.purevolume.com/delft and click on where it says 'albums'. As for the next update, stay tuned..."
Posted by Dan Goldin at 7:28 PM