|England's Delirious? Begins United States Tour March 23
06 March 2006
Delirious? -- Britain's most popular and pioneering worship/rock band -- returns to the United States on March 23 for a series of concert events supporting its newest release, THE MISSION BELL.
Fifteen dates are scheduled initially from California to Virginia including a Luis Palau festival in Orlando, Florida (April 2), plus a string of shows with fellow international worship rockers Tree63 (April 4-13). Delirious? also plays New York City's Nokia Theater on May 14 with Jeremy Camp and will be back in the U.S. this summer for a set of major outdoor music festival appearances.
See the band's complete worldwide tour itinerary at Delirious.co.uk.
Delirious? is best known for its involvement in launching the modern worship music movement with signature praise songs like "I Could Sing Of Your Love Forever" and "Did You Feel The Mountains Tremble?" Beyond those favorites, the band has consistently put forth some of the most well-received faith-based rock albums of the past few years, earning comparisons to U2 and Radiohead among others.
THE MISSION BELL, released in December 2005, is perhaps the British quintet's most dynamic project yet with special appearances from hip-hop's tobyMac, Irish singer Moya Brennan (Clannad), and Jars of Clay guitarist Steve Mason.
Knight Ridder news service writes, "Delirious? remains one of the most enjoyable and creative bands in Christian music . . . on the 12 tracks you'll hear a blend of rock, a gospel choir, a rap, and restrained worship music." ChristianMusicToday.com says THE MISSION BELL proves "that style and substance can co-exist . . . Delirious? has managed to effectively stretch the boundaries of worship music."
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