Alternative trio The Deltahorse – comprised of Sash, Dana Colley, and Vadim Zeberg – is an international force to be reckoned with. Hailing from Berlin, Boston, and Belfast respectively, the band blends their multicultural influence via file swapping from their homes into an insane musical force to be reckoned with. On September 30th, they will release their debut full-length album Transatlantic – a nod to their unique sound – and we’ve got the premiere of their latest track off that work, “Call It a Day”.
The song starts out rough, scratchy almost. The dominant existence of percussion blends in perfectly with Zeberg’s raspy vocals. After the hustle and bustle of the everyday, it’s important to remember you can “call it a day” when you want, and “turn off your phones, switch off the light, let’s get carried away.” At the very least, you’ve got this song to turn on and dance it all out to.
Transatlantic is out September 30th.