Delilah Bon has shared the video for the title track of her second album Evil, Hate Filled Female.  The album is due for release on 13 September ahead of a UK tour including Manchester gig.

Delilah Bon will headline at Manchester’s Deaf Institute in November.  The Manchester gig is one of 10 UK dates she will play.

The new video follows the visuals for her previous two singles Finally See Me and Maverick.  Speaking about the video, Delilah Bon said, “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.”

Evil, Hate Filled Female marks Delilah Bon’s second solo album.  As an independent artist, she embraced creative freedom to deliver the 14-track self-produced album.  In it she promises to weave together escapism and hard hitting social commentary, through honesty and vulnerability.  “It’s about turning the tables on hate and reclaiming our power,” she says.  “We are truly in our villain era and this album is our soundtrack.”

Delilah Bon releases Evil, Hate Filled Female on 13 September via her own label.

When does Delilah Bon headline at Manchester’s Deaf Institute?

Delilah Bon headlines at the Deaf Institute Manchester on 14 November 2024.  The Manchester gig is one of 10 UK dates she is headlining:

31 October – Cardiff, Clwb Ifor Bach
1 November – Southampton, Joiners
2 November – Brighton, Komedia Studio
3 November – Norwich, Waterfront Studio
7 November – Birmingham, Hare & Hounds
8 November – Bristol, Exchange
9 November – London, Camden Underworld
14 November – Manchester, Deaf Institute
15 November – Leeds, Key Club
16 November – Glasgow, Cathouse

In addition to the headline UK tour Delilah Bon will perform at Download, Glastonbury, 2000 Trees, Rock For People and the BBC Introducing Stage at Reading and Leeds Festivals.  She will also be embarking on a string of European tour dates taking her to France, Germany, Netherlands and Belgium.