Jessica Hernandez & the Deltas - "Caught Up" (stream) (Premiere) + Tour Dates

by PopMatters Staff

6 November 2013

Detroit's Jessica Hernandez & the Deltas come roaring out of the block with pistons of fire and never let up until the race is won.

Detroit is a city that knows it’s rock, as in “rawk”, and Jessica Hernandez has a drop dead amazing voice designed for stadiums. The group is releasing their new EP Demons on November 12th and we’ve got a new track for you today from that record. If you love the song as much as we do, you’ll want to download it as well.

11/8 - Cincinnati, OH / MOTR Pub
11/9 - Rock Island, IL / Rozz Tox
11/11 - Burlington, IA / The Washington
11/12 - Minneapolis, MN / 7th Street Entry
11/13 - Madison, WI / Frequency
11/14 - Chicago, IL / Cobra Lounge (Dusty Grooves Night)
11/15 - Milwaukee, WI / Riverwest Public House Cooperative
11/16 - Grand Rapids, MI / Mulligan’s Pub
11/27 - Detroit, MI / St. Andrew’s Hall (presented by The River/CIDR)
12/4 - Columbus, OH / The Basement
12/5 - Lexington, KY / Cosmic Charlie’s
12/6 - Atlanta, GA / The Earl
12/7 - Nashville, TN / The HiWatt
12/9 - St. Petersburg, FL / Local 662
12/10 - Orlando, FL / Will’s Pub
12/12 - Chapel Hill, NC / Local 506
12/13 - Charlotte, NC / Evening Muse
12/14 - Baltimore, MD / Metro Gallery
12/15 - Philadelphia, PA / Milkboy

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