- 01. Personal Effects
02. The Topic
Personal Effects / The Topic[engl] Following on from the release of the Yes We Do 7”, Delivery are back with ‘Personal Effects/The Topic’, a double single release that continues to expand on the group’s razor-sharp blend of garage, post-punk and new-wave pop. While the four tracks on Yes We Do were developed around the sound of the project’s initial home demos, ‘Personal Effects/The Topic’ capture the five-piece working in full collaboration for the first time. Across these tracks, programmed beats and synths make way for heaving live drums, relentless guitar interplay and left-of-centre saxophone bursts, while the band’s triune vocals (split between Rebecca Allan, Lisa Rashleigh and James Lynch) are more dynamic and incisive than ever.
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Sounds of Delivery: 2021-2021[engl] Pro-duplicated cassette release compiling the "Yes We Do" and "Personal Effects" 7" releases. 6 tracks as a repeat program on yellow shell cassettes w/ white imprint.
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