Francis of Delirium reviewed on Pitchfork! Wading EP Out April 9 via Dalliance Recordings

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Francis of Delirium just received a 7.4 review from Pitchfork ahead of the release of their second EP, Wading, due out April 9th via Dalliance Recordings (Gia Margaret, Common Holly)! The American online music publication is one of the music industry's most important review sites. Read the full review here.

The band previously announced their lead single(s), “Let It All Go” and "Red," which saw glowing write-ups and coverage from Stereogum, The Fader, Consequence of Sound, Paste Magazine, DIY Magazine, Our Culture, Clash Magazine, Line of Best Fit, Beats Per Minute, NPR’s All Songs Considered and more. Francis of Delirium’s Wading EP was mixed by Gabe Wax (Adrianne Lenker, Palehound, Squirrel Flower) and mastered by Joe Lambert (The National, Sharon Van Etten, Dirty Projectors). 

"Led by 19-year-old Jana Bahrich, the fiery emo duo tackle big existential questions and turbulent emotions in four short songs that throw off promising sparks of brilliance." - Pitchfork