Delaney Jane -  "Red" [Live + Interview] | Northside Sessions

Sometimes making the incredibly difficult decision to take that first step into the unknown can be the first step in the right direction. Toronto based singer, songwriter, and artist Delaney Jane can certainly attest to this. The Juno-nominated artist spent her early career  as a featured vocalist and writer for the likes of Tiesto, Oliver Heldens, REZZ, and more.  

We had the absolute honor of showcasing and speaking with the female powerhouse about her decision to drop out of private school, turning her poetry into music, her upcoming album, and more as part of our latest Northside Sessions. Performing "Red," the lead single from her highly-anticipated debut album Dirty Pretty Things, Jane exudes a sense of uncontrollable passion and flair on stage that perfectly matches the bravado of the song.  

“Red” serves as a showcase of her own personal experiences with rage, as well as an exhibition of her devotion to being vulnerable with her fans and staying unapologetically true to herself. Feel the wrath of Delaney Jane captivating live performance and be sure to stick around to hear which other Toronto-based artists she hopes to collaborate with in the near future!

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