Delilah Brao is a Boston born and Los Angeles based creative talent and singer/songwriter. Her latest single "Over the Phone", is one of the best songs she has put out to date with it's vulnerable message and mood-rich soundscapes.
With "Over The Phone", Delilah Brao pens a song all about her own story of being broken up with over Facetime by her long time love. The difficult and heart wrenching narrative is all too common and with her new single, Delilah gives listeners a raw and sonically stunning account of that moment. Lyrics including, "You did it over the phone / But I don’t blame you since you’re in New York / We could blame it on time zones / But I can tell you see me as a chore," show how long distance takes its toll on relationships but also how when love is lost the relationship can't continue. Musically, "Over The Phone" features soulful acoustic guitars under melancholic rich yet alluring melodies. Warm vocals and layered folk pop landscapes make "Over The Phone" a perfect fall anthem of goodbyes.
Delilah Brao's new single is the first off of her upcoming debut EP Since You’re In New York, set for release next year. The songwriter has teamed up with producer Justin Lucas (Khalid, The Revivalists, Alec Benjamin) and engineer Philip Etherington (Lizzy McAlpine, FINNEAS, Laufey) to create her most powerful music to date. Check out "Over The Phone" now and for the love of God if you want to break up with someone do it in person.
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