Deleter are from Minneapolis. Deleter play post-punk. Deleter are tense, angular, focused, and propulsive. “Secret Seas” is the first release from their upcoming EP Zweite Komposition, a release that sees them refine their approach, smoothing off some of the rough edges of their preceding releases in favour of melody, and reflection. “Secret Seas” itself is a track driven by a roiling, tight drum beat, a simple synth line, and Knol Tate’s impassioned but controlled vocal deliver. Overblown is delighted to present the UK premiere of the video for the track, which deals with “denying and ultimately accepting identity”. We need to vary our sentence starters.
Since forming in 2012, Deleter have released a slew of singles (collected as the A/B Series), the 56789 EP, and the Komposition EP. Hopefully, they’ll get around to recording a full length at some stage. It promises to be a terrible beauty.
1. Stupid And Small
2. Secret Seas
3. Before I Go
4. Beaten With Legalese
Zweite Komposition is out 19th December via Landski Records and 25 Diamonds Record Label