Stemming from darker influences…

Six piece band Del Bel will hit the Grickle stage with the release of their third album III just under their belt! Here’s what band leader Tyler Belluz had to say to Fuse.

Why do you play the music you play?

Ultimately our sonic being stems from darker influences, whether it originates from the classical side of the spectrum or a blend of tones found within many other contemporary genres. I do like to think that we have a particular sound not commonly found in our scene, which leads to many other positive and negatives!

Photo courtesy of the Grickle Grass Festival

Do you have any London spots you can’t miss when you visit?

As an outsider I find that London’s band friendly bar landscape is in flux, however, the countless ventures that Adam and Sav take on are always fantastic to play.

What’s your drink at the bar? Why?

Depends if I’m driving home, it could a be club soda night.

What is your live music ritual?

Skipping sound check.

What do you do when you’re not playing music?

I work within the music “industry” so I’m currently working on having a healthier balance of other activities and hobbies.

You can check out more Del Bel on Facebook, or stream or download their music! And while you’re at it, stay up to date on what’s happening and who’s playing at Grickle right here on LondonFuse with ‘Grickle Talks,’ every day leading up to the festival.

Get your tickets right here and we’ll see you on May 27!

Feature photo via Facebook / delbelmusic

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