Delicate Steve streams new track “Winners”

Delicate Steve signs with Anti-Records, shares new track " Winners."

Delicate Steve, has toured and collaborated with some of the most forward-thinking artists today: Dirty Projectors, tUnE-yArDs, Mac DeMarco, Dr. Dog, Lee Ranaldo and Built to Spill to name a few. Likely the only guitarist who will cut records with Sondre Lerche and Death Grip’s Zach Hill. Handpicked to open a sold-out North American tour for Tame Impala. And most recently, providing guitar on Paul Simon’s new record.

These wild artistic relationships came to be because Steve happens to be one of the most talented songwriters and guitarists currently working. But they are also a direct reflection of the person, the soul of a guy any artist or fan who’s met him will identify immediately. It’s the same soul that fills his songs.

And while the backstory remains a bit of a mystery, this much is known. He plays every single instrument. And if you want to know more, listen to the music. There you will hear an undeniable charm and wit and an infectious sense of joy. Catchy guitar melodies and hook-filled choruses that will give you the courage to chart your own course in life.

Steve remarks, “I’m honored to be part of a collection of artists and songwriters who create unique and timeless music with individual voices. I am excited to bring my voice into this mix.” listen here to “Winners”

Stay tuned and catch Delicate Steve on tour with Cass McCombs this Fall:
10-14 Philadelphia, PA – Underground Arts
10-15 Baltimore, MD – Ottobar
10-16 Asheville, NC – The Grey Eagle
10-18 Atlanta, GA – The Earl
10-19 Nashville, TN – The High Watt
10-21 Chicago, IL – Empty Bottle
10-22 St. Paul, MN – Turf Club
10-23 Madison, WI – The Frequency
10-24 Indianapolis, IN – The Hi-Fi
10-26 Toronto, Ontario – Horseshoe Tavern
10-27 Montréal, Québec – Petit Campus
10-28 Brooklyn, NY – Music Hall of Williamsburg


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