“Let This Body Go” Music Video on Vimeo
When Nick Delffs’ son was born, not only did his life profoundly change, but so did the music he makes. Infused with the deepest sort of joy possible, Nick Delffs became a living totem of celebration. Through song, he began to channel an untainted happiness. These songs became the body of work Nick calls Death Songs, named thusly because of their sheer lifeforce; the type of innocence that makes life seem great even in the face of death. Death Songs’ latest single and video, “Let This Body Go” is more than an invitation to celebrate with Nick. It is the celebration. Listening and watching means you are already there. Lacking any sort of melancholy or even concern over rock n’ roll coolness, “Let This Body Go” is laughter and smiles as melody. Life, on rare occasions, gives us an experience as uniquely happy as the birth of a child. Nothing can replace that, but Nick has found a way to share a slice of these rare moments by documenting his experience in song.
“Let This Body Go” self-titled 10″ on Post-Consumer (Out Now).
“…a jingle-jangle groove that’s positively life-affirming.” – Interview Magazine
“Their reflective, eclectic songs pull from American folk, African drumming and an ever-present awareness of potential demise.” – Magnet Magazine
4/13/12 Eugene, OR – Sam Bond’s Garage
4/14/12 Salem, OR – The Grand Theater
4/15/12 Spokane, WA – Red Room Lounge
4/17/12 Pullman, WA – BellTower
4/18/12 Bellingham, WA – The Shakedown
4/19/12 Vancouver, BC, Canada – Biltmore Cabaret
4/20/12 Seattle, WA – The Barboza
5/30/12 San Diego, CA – The Casbah
5/31/12 Los Angeles, CA – The Echo
6/1/12 Santa Cruz, CA – The Crepe Place
6/2/12 San Francisco, CA – The Independent
6/3/12 Chico, CA – Origami Lounge
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