Jessica Hernandez and the Deltas - "No Place Left to Hide" (audio) (Premiere)

by Brice Ezell

9 July 2014

The confident, staccato strut of "No Place Left to Hide" is a perfect teaser for the Detroit-based outfit Jessica Hernandez and the Deltas' forthcoming LP, Secret Evil.
 

Jessica Hernandez and the Deltas, a Detroit-based group that prides itself on genre-melding, will release their newest recording, Secret Evil quite soon. Leading up to the album, you can stream the toe-tappingly catchy “No Place Left to Hide” here on PopMatters. The track’s simple, staccato riff is a perfect backup to Hernandez’ powerful vocal.
  
Says Hernandez of the tune, “With music you can turn an irrational pissed off frustration into a cohesive emotional thing that people actually want to hear. It’s much more pleasant than calling someone up and telling them they have ‘No Place Left to Hide’. Music makes us less crazy.”



Secret Evil is out on August 19th via Instant Recordings.

 

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