The Delvenes serve up Melbourne-flavoured surf twang with a tasty band-next-door jangle.
The bands' debut album "Sold On Spec" is chock full of sweet songs that are scuffed and bruised in all the right places.
“Processing emotion is a common theme throughout a lot of my songs,” explains Sydney-based singer-songwriter, Odette. “Music has been a way for me to discuss and kind of analyse emotions and things from a different perspective, rather than just feeling it.”
From that statement alone, it should come as no surprise that, despite her 19 years of age, Odette’s first love is language in its purest form. Her main vein heroes are the literary greats and she was writing prose and plays before she found her passion for song.