The Essential Weekly Playlist of: DeltAmour

THE ESSENTIAL WEEKLY PLAYLIST

DELTAMOUR are a British/Belgian pop duo based in London. Originally part of a pop/dance girl band called Goodbye Charlie (put together by 80s pop star, Thereza Bazar), they’ve toured extensively across the UK and Ireland. The duo have performed in front of crowds of 10,000+ people, and have also appeared on TV, most notably ‘Not The One Show’ on London Live. With hot vocals and synced harmonies, combined with an electric stage presence and undeniable chemistry, the pair are now ready to take on the music industry and have been in the studio recording their self-written music.

You can find DeltAmour on YouTube, Soundcloud, Facebook and Twitter.

We asked DeltAmour for their Essential Playlist – each girl gave us their top 5 songs/artists they couldn’t live without.

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Hit Me Baby One More Time/Britney Spears – When I first heard this song and saw the video at the age of 9 it made me decide that I wanted to be a singer (Jess)

I’m A Survivor/Destiny’s Child – This song means so much to so many people.  Feeling proud to have achieved or ‘survived’ something, is the best feeling in the world (Ori)

Teenage Dream/Katy Perry – I think one of the best uptempo fun pop songs ever written.   Katy Perry’s song lyrics are always brilliant.  That guitar riff at the start gets me excited every time I hear it (Jess)

Do What You Want/Lady Gaga – The meaning of the song is so powerful to me and the beat, oh wow! (Ori)

Wake Me up/Avicii – the way he revolutionised EDM music by fusing it with country was pure genius (Jess)

Listen/Beyonce – I can relate to every lyric of this song, having a voice and working so hard for it (Ori)

You Don’t Have To Let Go/Jessica Simpson – The amount of pure emotion in this song is incredible and the vocals are stunning.  Just a beautiful song (Jess)

My City of Ruins/Bruce Springsteen – 9/11 was very hard to digest for me especially as my Dad was in New York at the time.  Bruce Springsteen took his feelings and put them into a beautiful poetic song, touches me every time. Bruce was also the first concert my Dad took me to (Ori)

The Other Side/Jason Derulo – A perfect example of an artist who is a great writer, performer and singer.  This song has a great hook and Jason Derulo has an amazing falsetto voice  (Jess)

Your Body Is A Wonderland/John Mayer – Love every note of this song. John Mayer makes every chord sound like magic and this song made me fall in love with him just a little bit (Ori)

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