"Pop songstress who blends the warmth of indie folk with polished cinematic grandeur, and then sprinkles a little fairy dust on top for good measure. Her voice just happens to be pretty amazing, too." - North Star Media
2020 was a pretty stellar year for Delaney. An introvert in the purest form, she used this time to hone her production skills. She wrote and produced over 42 songs from the comfort of her home studio.
Delaney creates vivid pop songs laced with airy theatricality, hyperphysical soundscapes, and bold, atmospheric arrangements. Reminiscent of piano-pop artists like Kate Bush, Sia, LP, and Sara Bareilles with cinematic production akin to Lana Del Rey, Marina and the Diamonds, and Labrinth.
Raised in a "Storied Sea Town", more commonly known as Ventura, California, she studied classical voice from the age of nine. Her extensive music and vocal performance training include a Bachelor of Music with a concentration in classical vocal performance, from California State University, Northridge. As a vocalist, she has backed musical legends such as Barbara Streisand, David Foster, and Barry Manilow. But, her arsenal of weapons has grown from her devastating voice. Delaney has become an inimitable musician, songwriter, and producer.
Delaney has played more than 1,000 engagements across the United States, Europe, and Asia. She sang backup for the popular "Teenage Dirtbag" band Wheatus on their 2011 UK tour. In 2015 her electro-pop duo, SIGNY signed to an Austin/London-based record label. She spent the last seven years performing, writing, and releasing music with SIGNY.
She has starred as a singer and dancer on the Fox TV Show, “Boston Public '' and on the MTV show, “My Own”. Delaney has been a vocalist on many TV segments, shows, and commercials including Jimmy Kimmel Live, The Emmy’s, Chevy, eBay, and even Baywatch! Her song “La Di Da” was featured on MTV’s “The Real World” and Oxygen Network’s “The Bad Girls Club”. SIGNY’s song “Kings” was featured on “The Bold Type”. Kings was written with Grammy and Oscar-nominated Joshua Bartholomew and Lisa Harriton, (writers of the Lego movie theme song “Everything is Awesome”).
Delaney placed 3rd in the world in singing at the Eisteddfod Music Festival in Wales. Her winning performance was broadcast live on the BBC. Intel featured Delaney in an Intel-Inspired Ultrabook commercial. She was also part of Katalyst, YouTube, and Intel’s, “IdeaJam”. She worked alongside Scooter Braun, Pete Wentz, Karmin (Qveen Herby), and Nikka Costa, among others.
Despite all the professional work her vocal ability has provided, her real passion has always been songwriting. She has released three full-length albums of original music, The Worst Kind of Way, Hurricanes and Forget Me Nots, and Tall Like the Tree. Delaney’s new self-produced work will be released in 2021.