The Deltahorse ft. TJ Eckleberg

by The Deltahorse

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The Deltahorse carves out a dirty sound with balls, body and soul being well in balance.

Anchored by thundering bass lines, Colley’s thick, gritty electric baritone saxophone riffs create a wall of sound and wildly careen into Sash’s lo-fi slide guitar and Eckleberg’s dry vocals and wry lyrics. It is poetry steeped in indie and alternative rock – energetic, glimmering in the darkness, twisting its way between resignation and hope.

Music for an adventurous night 'out' in a shady bar, alone with a glass of whiskey in your hands or with strangers who have no other place to go to.

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released 19 November 2013

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Dana Colley
Electric Baritone Saxophone

TJ Eckleberg
Vocals, Lyrics, Guitars

Sash
Bass, Lo-Fi Slide Guitar, Programming
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Tracks 1/2/3: Music by Sash and TJ Eckleberg
Track 4: Music by Sash, TJ Eckleberg and Dana Colley
Lyrics by TJ Eckleberg

Mixed and produced by Sash
Mastered by Yoad Nevo at Nevo Mastering, London
Art Direction by A Graphic Practice, Berlin

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The Deltahorse Berlin, Germany

"The Deltahorse create mammoth slabs of thunderous bass, sax riffs, and slide guitar, all held together by Eckleberg’s dry vocals and pointed lyrics."
— Joshua Pickard, Beats Per Minute, USA

"If the songs are anything like first single “Hey Yuri”, we’re in store for thundering bass lines, wonderfully gritty saxophone riffs, lo-fi guitar riffs and wry lyrics."
— Magnet Magazine, USA
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Track Name: Willy Brown
Across a bridge a hand extended
A preacher shouts a warning, half remembered
The slide begins, the sky descending
A blackbird
A pink world
A crossroads
A world pretending

He’s such a charming man

He’s leaning back, no cigar
Well Jacob fought an Angel, Jacob climbed a ladder
Well you can run you can run you can run
You can run, you can run

Well you can run you can run you can run

He’s such a charming man

Woah woah woah wo woah wo
Woah woah woah oh

Well you can run you can run you can run
Well you can run you can run you can run

Woah woah woah wo woah wo
Woah woah woah oh

Well you can run you can run you can run
Well you can run you can run you can run
You got no home and no name, makes no difference anyway
But you can run, you can run

Run and tell my friend, tell my friend Willy Brown
Run and tell my friend, tell my friend Willy Brown
Run and tell my friend, tell my friend Willy Brown
You can run, you can run

Well you can run you can run you can run
Well you can run you can run you can run
You got no home and no name, makes no difference anyway
But you can run, you can run


Lyric by TJ Eckleberg. All rights reserved.
Track Name: The Guy Who Walks Away
I was taught by my mother walk straight and true
Do unto others what would be done to you
Somewhere on the way I skipped a track
And no amount of walking backwards takes me back

And so I just walked out one day
Now I’m the guy who walks away

He called me a liar, he called me a thief
Grabbed a hotel Bible to question my belief
A tin sheriff coward with a careless gun
When he came out shooting he shot someone

And so I just walked out one day
Now I’m the guy who walks away
Now I’m the guy who walks away
Yeah, I’m the guy

I’m the guy who walks away
I’m the guy

In a little room, in a little house
Down by the sea
Trees outside my window
Sweet salvation on the breeze

So I just walked out one day
Now I’m the guy who walks away
Now I’m the guy, yeah I’m the guy

Bright eyed Kate was my light my queen
She found ways of hearing what I didn’t mean
She found ways to remind me what I didn’t do
What I never said
What I never knew

And so I just walked out one day
Now I’m the guy who walks away
And so I just walked out one day
Now I’m the guy who walks away

I’m the guy who walks away

Lyric copyright by TJ Eckleberg. All rights reserved.