Feminist rage queen DELILAH BON has announced the release date for her highly anticipated new album, Evil, Hate Filled Female, set to drop 13th September 2024 along with news of her UK and European Autumn tour.

The announcement coincides with the release of the title track ‘Evil, Hate Filled Female’, which follows previous releases ‘Finally See Me’ and ‘Maverick’, offering a glimpse of what listeners can expect from the 14 track self produced album which will be released on the artists own label. 

Delilah describes the album as her journey of self-discovery and empowerment and showcases her unique ability to blend anger, wit and authenticity, whilst forever pushing boundaries. The title of the album was inspired by a comment she received on Twitter, “Delilah Bon is an Evil, Hate Filled Female”. 

She comments:
“It’s about becoming the villain you’re always made out to be…We aren’t these sweet and innocent little girls anymore, we are rage-filled and we are allowed to be angry.”

Crafting imaginative stories and characters, Delilah‘s album is a testament to her resilience and determination to confront adversity head-on. With the complete creative freedom of being an independent artist, she delivers her most authentic work to date, weaving together themes of escapism and hard-hitting social commentary with unparalleled honesty and vulnerability  “It’s about turning the tables on hate and reclaiming our power. We are truly in our villain era, and this album is our soundtrack.”

DELILAH BON has also announced an 18-date UK and European headline tour, kicking off at the end of September. Tickets go on sale Monday, 20th May at 10am. She’ll also be performing at Download, Glastonbury, 2000 Trees, Rock For People and more to be announced.

Full UK tour dates for the Evil, Hate Filled Female Tour below: 

31.10 – Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff
01.11 – The Joiners, Southampton
02.11 – Komedia Studio, Brighton
03.11 – Waterfront Studio, Norwich
07.11 – Hare and Hounds, Birmingham
08.11 – Exchange, Bristol
09.11 – The Underworld, London
14.11 – Deaf Institute, Manchester
15.11 – The Key Club, Leeds
16.11 – The Cathouse, Glasgow

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