"...infectious tonic of crunchy, industrial instrumental sections and pop diva vocal hooks." - The Line of Best Fit
" Tech-pop noir, there's a hint of 'Bladerunner' in DeLooze' ability to match dark, dank atmosphere with intriguing pop music." - Clash Magazine
“Siouxie Sioux-style vocals, Kate Bushy songs and spooky, heavily reverbed orchestrations with smack-in-the-face industrial electronics” – Time Out
“With comparisons to Kate Bush flying around, and a sound tinged with an eerie darkness Delooze is definitely one for your musical radar.” - Hunger Magazine
Having worked with a number of major clients including artists Jeremy Warmsley, Johnny Flynn and Fatboy Slim, Delooze is pleased to unveil their new Ben Goodger-directed video ‘Deathstar’.
The progressive brainchild behind this movement is musical and visual artist Stacey DeLooze.
With a growing fan base, and assisted on her journey by artists, including Chris Hayden & Tom Moth (Florence + The Machine), Cedric Le Moyne (Remy Zero, Alannis Morrissette, Gnarls Barkley), Mikko Gordon (Atoms for Peace), and Mercury nominee Liran Donin, Stacey has founded a unique musical project, exploring what she sees as the essential juxtaposition in our glass-like fragility. This display of powerful vocals and brilliant song writing has seen Delooze pick up fans as diverse as Portugal. The Man and CREEP, which has lead to collaborations by all three acts on Delooze’s new single ‘Deathstar’. Director, Ben Goodger, a London-based filmmaker and director graduated from the National Film and Television School in 2013 and has a background in anthropology, which has helped shape the visual aesthetic of the new video.