With the iconic Liverpool label set to release a series of reissues alongside the new Vryll Society single, Getintothis’ Adam Lowerson has the scoop.
Iconic Liverpool label Deltasonic have announced a series of reissues, in partnership with Republic of Music, for throughout 2015 of lost and unreleased tracks from their archives, which includes acts such as The Coral, The Zutons and The Rascals. The reissues will be preceded by the release of the label’s newest signings The Vryll Society’s new single Deep Blue Skies, which will be available from July 17.
The upcoming releases will initially only be available digitally, and will include the lost 2007 album of Miles Kane’s first band The Little Flames, who wrote Arctic Monkeys’ b-side Put Your Dukes Up John, plus special releases by The Dead 60s and Candie Payne, with many more still to be announced.
The Vryll Society, who enjoy a growing live reputation on the Liverpool scene following support slots with the likes of Peace and Ariel Pink as well as a slot at the recent Sound City, were the discovery of Deltasonic founded Alan Wills, who sadly passed away in 2014, and are now at the forefront of the labels future.
New single Deep Blue Skies will be familiar to anyone who has caught any of the band’s recent live shows, and is a great example of their jazz infused, early Verve inspired sound, with its slow burning, spaced out verses floating along before bursting into an epic prog jam instrumental climax.
Speaking on the upcoming releases, label boss Ann Heston said, ““Deltasonic lives on and continues with the same philosophy as Alan started with, making and releasing music that we all love with new young artists.”
Deep Blue Skies will be available to download from July 17.