Delilah Holliday releases new track ‘Silent Streets

Her new EP ‘Invaluable Vol. 1’ is out this July.

Delilah Holliday has released a brand new track, ‘Silent Streets’. It’s taken from her forthcoming EP ‘Invaluable Vol. 1’, which is set to arrive 7th July via One Little Independent Records.

“People were too scared to go out. And the streets were kind of silent still,” she says. “Nobody was really interacting. And I just thought that was a really abstract, interesting concept to put in the song and sort of make it dancey, of being too scared to mingle, but it’s a clubby track. I like the juxtaposition.

“This whole project really is about juxtaposition and mixing things together that don’t really go because that’s how started. It’s the spark that inspired all the other songs. Genre blending and putting pieces together that don’t quite fit.”

This informed the creepy accompanying music video for the track: “For the Silent Streets music video, me and Swarmm wanted to create an apocalyptic metaverse inspired by London, reimagined if the pandemic lasted for 20 years and how that would effect the natural phenomena around us. Which the song also touches on. We achieved this by 3D Scanning my body and inserting into the environment Swarmm created. The whole aesthetic of the video is inspired by the dawn of artificial intelligence.”

Check it out below.

See the tracklist and tour dates for Delilah below:


  1. Steel Charmed
  2. Burn Money
  3. Silent Streets
  4. Everything I Ever Wanted
  5. Looking Over My Shoulder
  6. Heaven’s Waiting Room


9th - PLU Summer Camp, Fowey
10th - Off The Rails, London
14th - The Glove That Fits, London

29th - Exmouth Festival @ Sideshore Stage, Exmouth

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