Delphic reveal debut album tracklisting and release date

'Acolyte' set for January release

Pic: Danny North
Delphic have revealed that their debut album 'Acolyte' will be released on January 11 next year.

The Manchester band's first full-length effort was recorded with Ewan Pearson, who has worked with The Rapture and Ladytron, mainly in Berlin.

"With a lot of dance albums you search out the singles but the rest is all a bit samey and boring," guitarist Matt Cocksedge explained. "We wrote the album as a whole and weren't afraid to lower the tempos and concentrate on the songs."

The tracklisting of 'Acolyte' will be:

'Clarion Call'
'This Momentary'
'Red Lights'

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