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Delilah - From the Roots Up: Album Stream


She’s already toured the world with Chase & Status, headlined her own sell-out tour and now, Parisian-born, London-raised singer Delilah is releasing her debut album From the Roots Up on July 30th through Atlantic Records. And we’ve got her debut album exclusively for you to listen to first, before it's available to download.

You may have heard Delilah on stage at the Hackney Weekend or Wireless, downloaded her top 20 hit Go or seen the dark, sensual video for her latest single Inside my Love (an eerie cover of Minnie Riperton’s 1975 tune) and want to hear more from the singer. If none of the above apply to you, we still urge you to listen to this album of sparse, soulful pop, which has become the unofficial summer soundtrack of the Stylist office.

Simply hit the play button to hear every track on From the Roots Up on our exclusive album stream.

What do you think of Delilah's debut album? Let us know on Twitter and Facebook.

Like what you hear? Pre-order Delilah's album From the Roots Up in the Standard or Deluxe version.



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