From next Monday (Feb 25th) Delilah by Get Cubs will be featured on BBC Radio 1 shows across daytime after being selected as the BBC Introducing track for the station's weekly playlist.Get familiar with the song by having a listen below and find out more about the 5 piece band from the East Midlands.
Hometown: Get Cubs formed in 2010 and are from Burton-On-Trent
Style: Delilah is a playful indie track similar with an attitude that reminds me of Newcastle-upon-Tyne outfit Little Comets, Two Door Cinema Club and another BBC Introducing band Park Bench Society. You only need to hear 'Whoah, oh, eh,oh' (you'll know what I'm talking about when you listen) once to get the drift of a tune that obviously goes down a treat during their live gigs. A festival crowd-pleaser for sure.
You need to know: Get Cubs were previously called Arts&Crafts. They changed their name in 2012 after, to use their own words, proving 'impossible to find on any social media sites'. They are certainly easy to find now, giving the Scouting movement a good run for its money.
Supported by: We've actually featured the band on this blog before. They were Huw Stephens' BBC Introducing Discovery after being brought to his attention by BBC Introducing in the East Midlands, for whom they also did this session.
Find out more: Thanks to their name change, they are easy to find in any search engine - make sure you join their substantial following on Twitter for all the latest updates. Delilah is taken from their debut album, To The Mountains.