Say Psych: Track Review: The Black Delta Movement – Zip-Tie

The Black Delta Movement have recently announced they will be releasing a new album Recovery Effects, on Fuzz Club Records in April, they have released new single ‘Zip-Tie’ on the world ahead of it.

Featuring Little Barrie’s Barrie Cadogan and produced by The Heliocentrics’ Malcolm Catto, the forthcoming album is the band’s first new music in nearly five years and promises eight tracks of immersive, groove-heavy psychedelic rock. Recovery Effects arrives off the back of The Black Delta Movement’s highly-praised 2018 debut album Preservation, UK and European touring and over 300 live shows over the years – sharing stages with the likes of The Jesus and Mary Chain, The Brian Jonestown Massacre, The Stranglers, Drenge, Temples and Toy, to name just a few.

Singer Matt Burr says of the new single: “’Zip-Tie’ is a song about depression, anxiety and feeling hopeless. The feeling of there being nothing more than feeling like that.” The track is a piece of moody, motorik driven post punk. The dark themes are delivered alongside powerful hooks which you’re left humming them long after the track has ended. It comes into its own when the pace is ramped up, marking this track as something special and definitely leaves you wanting to know what the rest of the album is gonna offer.

Pre-order the new LP here

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