Delena – Holy Ground

Delena’s unique style of pop comes inspired by the likes of Eta James, Ella Fitzgerald, and Queen to name a few. But her story has more humble beginnings than most other counterparts.

Born in Kiev, Delena relocated to a Switzerland school at just 12 years old and went on to London, to study at the London Institute Of Contemporary Music Performance. Music was always in her veins, through her relation to Ukrainian screenwriter, film producer, and director Alexander Dovzhenko. It was her move to London though, that brought the biggest creative inspiration.

Since then, it’s been a meteoric rise for the young songwriter. Her previous releases “Nothing Can Stop Us Now” and “Animal” have been regularly supported by Popjustice, as well as praised by the likes of Wonderland, Clash Magazine, and Spindle. She’s also streaming well on Spotify with regular playlist support building new fans across the globe.

Her new single is the first track from a full EP expected in February. It’s a motivational, powerful pop anthem based on a sumptuous piano foundation. Listen in full below.