Delilah Blower is an up-and-coming Spain-based singer-songwriter from the UK. Not too long ago, she released a lovely debut single, entitled, “This Ain’t Love.”
Delilah Blower – “This Ain’t Love” single
“‘And all of the pain you threw, now grows inside of you.’ This song was the easiest one I’ve ever written, just because they were my actual feelings at the time, and I wanted to express them through the simplest words possible. The lyric itself is referencing how someone you’ve been with a long time or have cared about deeply has been throwing and building hurtful things constantly over time to then have the realization that it wasn’t love and all of those hurtful things have probably been growing inside of that someone and will most definitely continue to for a long, long time.” – Delilah Blower explained
‘This Ain’t Love’ contains a post-relationship-based narrative and ear-pleasing vocals that will resonate well with fans of Mahalia, Ama Lou, and RIMON. The likable tune possesses groovy bass and thudding drum-laden instrumentation flavored with neo-soul and contemporary R&B elements. Furthermore, “This Ain’t Love” serves as a wonderful introduction to what listeners can expect to hear from Delilah Blower in the near future as she continues to release new music throughout the year, leading up to her debut EP.
Delilah Blower began making music around the age of 14 and learned to cultivate her own musical style around the age of 18. Being inspired by the likes of Robert Glasper, Q-Tip, and jazz musicians, the rising star began to curate a fusion of jazz and hip-hop into her ever-evolving sound. When moving to Spain in her adolescent years, Delilah began incorporating Spanish influences into her music. She blends elements of bossa nova, jazz, Spanish, and R&B into this luscious, dreamy soundscape heard in her project.
“This Ain’t Love” single
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