Delorentos are a Dublin-based Irish alternative rock band, formed in 2005. The band consist of four members: Ró (vocals, guitar, piano), Kier (vocals, guitar), Níal (backing vocals) and Ross (drums, backing vocals). The band's sound is based around having four singer-songwriters, with each member taking lead vocals on various albums' tracks and singles. In 2013 they won the Choice Music Prize Irish Album of the Year for "Little Sparks".
The band's early sound was rooted in post-punk and pop but eventually grew to incorporate influences from many genres of popular music. In 2010, they began experimenting with acoustic music, a theme that would expand and develop their sound and audience.
The band have released three critically acclaimed albums; 2007's In Love with Detail, 2009's You Can Make Sound and 2012's Little Sparks.
The band's debut album In Love with Detail was critically acclaimed in Ireland, being nominated for the Choice Music Prize and in the Best Irish Album category at the 2007 Meteor Awards, at which Delorentos were also nominated for Best New Irish Band. Two extended plays were also been released to accompany their debut; their debut release, titled Leave It On, in October 2005, and the follow-up EP, titled Do You Realise, came out in November 2007. The early Delorentos discography consists of a selection of singles which entered the Irish Singles Chart, such as "The Rules" in May 2006 and "Stop" in July 2007.