We're getting a double dose of awesome coming from Del Bel
this week! First is the live return of the Wavelength Artist Incubator band
after an eight month hiatus this Friday (Oct. 3) at the Polish Combatatants Hall, PLUS this Noisey premiere of the hauntingly
beautiful "The Rains" video — it's an unreleased track from Del Bel's
Good things are always worth waiting for. It’s been a while, but Del Bel is taking their cinematically inspired sounds to the Wavelength stage once again this Friday. This sprawling ensemble is one of our Artist Incubator bands, made up of familiar faces from Born Ruffians, Legato Vipers, L Con and many others. There’s a well-balanced, rich moodiness to Del Bel; eerie and a little dark in a way that cradles you through the afternoon with just the right balance of energy. With their new album set to be released early 2015, Raina Hersh spoke with drummer Adam Hindle to find out what the band’s been up to.