Delain: New Song ‘Burning Bridges’

DelainRock act DELAIN are delighted to share with fans their stunning new single, ‘Burning Bridges’ – the first track from their dazzling, as-yet-untitled, sixth album, set for release via Napalm Records in 2020.

Accompanied by an emotive, aesthetic video, the epic song is sure to become a signature track in DELAIN’s catalogue, combining gripping guitar solos and cinematic instrumentals, while showcasing the spectacular vocal talents of frontwoman Charlotte Wessels.

The band comment, “We are proud to present ‘Burning Bridges’, the first track off our sixth full-length studio album. With its energy and bombast the track marries some of our favourite musical elements, and introduces a real life choir as a new colour on our palate. We hope you enjoy the track, along with its video, shot in beautiful Snowdonia.”

Watch the new video for ‘Burning Bridges’ above.

DELAIN are currently touring the United States and Canada, so fans attending these shows will be the first to witness the new song live in all its sonic, fiery glory! The group return to England for headline shows in February 2020. Tickets are on sale now here for the following ‘Masters Of Destiny’ tour dates:

Thu 6th Feb – BIRMINGHAM O2 Institute
Fri 7th Feb – MANCHESTER O2 Ritz
Sat 8th Feb – BRISTOL Anson Rooms
Sun 9th Feb – LONDON Electric Brixton

DELAIN add, “We are excited to announce that we will perform in the UK again early 2020! Some of our favourite shows have been in the UK and we can’t wait to rock out with all of you once again during the UK leg of our MASTERS OF DESTINY tour. We will bring our brand new studio album with us, so prepare for a set list full of surprises! See you soon!”

Earlier this year, DELAIN released ‘Hunter’s Moon’, a live album + Blu-ray including four new studio tracks. One of those new songs is the sweeping ‘Masters Of Destiny’, which saw the band film a dramatic video in Iceland.

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