Duke Street Kings original material – by songwriter Håvard Tremyr and co-conspirators – which is a mixture of sources of inspiration from rock’s real heyday. That is, some so-called Classic Rock, some nod back to the late 50s / early 60s, as well as large doses of British blues-rock, and later years garage rock.
The band debuted in 2019, with the singles “Final Cut” and “I’ve Been Denied”, who both got playing time at NRK, respectively in “Stjernepose” and “Gitar” on P13.
In the autumn of 2021, a number of four new singles came out, recorded in Athletic Sound in Halden, and this time it is the band’s more Americana-oriented, Soul-inspired sides that are highlighted.
Delta Fuse describe themselves as a ‘Cut-Throat, Brothel Blues Rock’ band. With their sounds soaked in Soul and 60’s Psychedelia. They released their debut album “A Matter Of Love And War” in June 2021. The album received great praise from radio stations and earned them a slot at number 13 for the UK Independent Blues Broadcasters Association.
The band have shared a stage and played alongside well-established artists such as Richard Nelson (Lapsteel for Van Morrison), Kimberley Rew (Songwriter most notable for “Walking On Sunshine”), Connor Selby, The Daybreakers, and Anthony Gomes.
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