Southampton's Delays release their brand new album "You See Colours" which comes out on 6.3.2006 through Rough Trade records. This is the follow up to their top twenty-debut album "Faded Seaside Glamour".
Standout tracks from the album include first single "Valentine" which is released on 20.2.2006, "Hideaway" "You & Me" "This Towns Religion" and "Out of Nowhere". The album was recorded at Real World Studio's and Rock Field studios in the summer and autumn of 2005 with their long time producer Graham Sutton.
Delays have had four top twenty hits "Nearer Than Heaven", "Hey Girl", "Lost In The Melody" and their biggest hit to date "Long Time Coming. The band will be heading out on a full UK tour in February / March 2006. They will be supported on the tour by US band Nightmare of You and the exciting upcoming UK band "Captain"
UK TOUR FEB / MARCH 2006
Feb 15 Belfast Spring & Airbrake Â£12
Feb 16 Derry Nerve Centre Â£10
Feb 17 Galway Roisin Dublin TBA
Feb 18 Dublin Village TBA
Feb 20 Liverpool Stanley Theatre Â£9
Feb 22 Aberdeen Moshulu Â£10
Feb 23 Glasgow QMU Â£10
Feb 24 Preston 53 Degrees Â£10
Feb 25 Sheffield Leadmill Â£10
Feb 27 Manchester Academy 3 Â£9
Feb 28 Newcastle Global Â£9
Mar 1 Leeds Cockpit Â£10
Mar 2 Nottingham Rescue Rooms Â£10
Mar 4 Bristol Fleece Â£10
Mar 5 Birmingham Academy Â£10
Mar 7 Shepherds Bush Empire Â£14
Mar 8 Brighton Concorde Â£10
Mar 9 Southampton University Â£12
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