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Delta Spirit are an indie rock band hailing from all over California, USA. The band are formed around the core duo of Jon Jameson and Brandon Walker, and have released four studio albums since their debut E.P, released in 2005.
The band begun when Jameson and Young (on bass and drums, respectively) decided to form a band with a new friend of theirs called Sean Walker, who played guitar. The new trio set about finding a singer to start recording with, and Young found Matt Vasquez busking on a bench at two in the morning.
The two exchanged contact details and one of the hottest bands in American indie rock was born. They recorded their debut E.P, “I Think I’ve Found It”, in the home studio of Kelly Winrich, who went on to join the band as well shortly after recording wrapped. The E.P was released in 2006 but it wasn’t until the year after when they released their debut album that things started really happening.
“Ode To Sunshine” was recorded and released independently in 2007, however it got the attention of Rounder Records the year after, and they re-released it to great acclaim. By late 2008 and early 2009 they had made their television debut, first on Late Night With Conan O’Brien then on Last Call With Carson Daly soon after.
Did I mention that they toured? Because my god did they tour. An astonishing 293 live shows in 2009 alone in fact, which they paid for by Walker leaving the band in the fall of that year. It’s just as well that the album that was written during that time and released the next year, “History From Below”, got them slots opening for My Morning Jacket and on the bill at Coachella.
By the time that 2012 rolled around the band had relocated to Brooklyn from San Diego, and their self-titled third album came out soon after. This is a band that is constantly one-upping themselves and pushing themselves to make the best record they can make. They’re known as one of the best live bands around and with this much experience, it’s not a surprise. 2014 saw the release of their album “Into The Wide”, and for Delta Spirit, they’re only going to get better from here on out.