Bio

If you’re into driving synths, well-crafted lyrics and vocals with soulful grit then this act will be of interest.  Inspired by alternative 80s synth-pop and lyrical greats such as Cohen, Young, Waits and Van Morrison, Dubliner Robert Delaney has infused an interesting mix of sounds to create something big and upbeat but also deep and contemplative. 

Singer/songwriter Robert Delaney hails from Dublin, Ireland and has recently released his second studio album, 'Numbers' to much acclaim.   A grittier and more electronic departure from earlier material, this album is replete with driving synths and knowing lyrics.  After two years spent touring and writing in Germany, Robert released singles 'That Faithless Love' and 'Gold' achieving significant radio play in Ireland and the UK. 

Some praise:

'There is a guilty pleasure feel to the synthesised Rising, drive-time radio feel to Little Less Crazy and pacy Warrior' -  The Sunday Times

'One to watch' - Ian Dempsey  Today FM

'One of the best things I've heard in a long time. Album of the Week on Shannonside FM - Charlie McGettigan ('94 Eurovision Song Winner)

'Rising star's album impresses, as chilled as Al Green in a refrigerator, swoon-some lyrics, brooding widescreen title track that swells the heart' - Hot Press Magazine  

After the release of his critically acclaimed debut album, ‘Rising Tide’, his songs featured on popular Irish Television shows; ‘Don’t Tell The Bride’, ‘Fade Street’ and ‘Room To Improve’.  His resume to date also includes scoring award winning short film 'The Man Who Couldn't Cry' and composing the title track for Irish feature film ‘Between The Canals’, starring fellow Dublin singer/songwriter Damien Dempsey and Love/Hate's Peter Coonan.

2018 has seen Robert play a number of key dates including The Christie Hennessey Songwriter's Festival, The Water Music Festival, 10 Degrees West, played support for UMAN Music Group, live play on Ireland's TodayFM, ShannonsideFM, Nova, Dublin City FM, NearFM as well as repeat performances in popular Dublin venues Whelan's, The Workman's Club, Bello Bar and The Underground.

Robert has also written for a number of Irish and UK based artists and has published a book of lyrics.