Delta Sleep’s “El Pastor” Is For Modern Transcendentalists

“Been out of the city for over two weeks, / Almost forgotten the sadness it breeds”

Photo: Adrian Cantu

The best sanctuary for humans from anything manmade is nature. Oddly enough, sometimes need a break from everything that our species have created – traffic, hashtags, jobs, and even our phones. UK math rock band Delta Sleep captures that restless longing for freedom in their new single “El Pastor.” It’s a contemplative indie piece where the strumming chords and lyrical streams take you to comforting moody state where your inner transcendentalist resurrects. Filmed on the coldest day of spring in Brighton, “El Pastor” showcases not only Delta Sleep’s longing for nature but also their weather endurance. Shoutout to the quartet for making it out alive:

“El Pastor” is from Delta Sleep’s upcoming second record, which is the follow up of their widely acclaimed debut album Twin Galaxies. Further details of the new record will be announced. Meanwhile, make sure to mark your calendars:

Europe 2018

6/9 – Arundo de Festival (Torello, Spain)

6/16 – Portals Festival (London, UK)

7/22 – Truck Festival (Oxford, UK)

8/16 – Arctangent (Bristol, UK)

North America 2018

8/23 – Beat Kitchen (Chicago, IL, USA)

8/25 – Big Room (Columbus, OH, USA)

8/26 – The Fun House (Pittsburgh, PA, USA)

8/27 – House Party (State College, PA, USA)

8/29 – Flemington DIY (Flemington, NJ, USA)

8/30 – Johnny Brenda’s (Philadelphia, PA, USA)

8/31 – House Show (Boston, MA, USA)

9/1 – Gold Sounds (New York, NY, USA)