"Imagine KD Lang, Grace Jones and Jack White at church, then imagine them at Fight Club."
With roots going back to the mountains of Haiti and to the hills of Tallahassee Florida, DeLila Black sings tales of love, longing, betrayal and vengeance that evoke an atmosphere of 'Country-Noire'.
Having recorded with the late Mr. Tom Paley (whom she calls "the great encourager") DeLila went on to create music visuals that have captured the eye of producer Tony Visconti.
As she jumps from traditional to modern and back - then straddling both - DeLila creates her distinct "Electro-Mountain" sound
accompanied by Justin Buckley on guitar and Desiree Sanderson on beats
It's a mix of Alt-Americana that rocks punk-country, cradles acoustic blues and lands on good ol' traditional.