Delena Unveils Fiery Video For Electro-Pop Track ‘One Night’ | Music News


Ukrainian-born, London singer-songwriter Delena is fast making a name for herself as one of the UK’s most exciting names in pop. In the past year, her fierce brand of pop music accompanied by stunning, aesthetic music videos has seen her tracks rack up over 3 million streams, and her audience grow exponentially worldwide.


A story of humble beginnings, Delena was born in Kiev before relocating to Switzerland, before eventually 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. That said, the Ukrainian-born singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist is no stranger to hard work. She’s both fought and earned her way to her current position.


Her singles in 2018 “Nothing Can Stop Us Now” and “Animal” cemented her place on the pop music map. Regularly supported by Popjustice, as well as praised by the likes of Wonderland, Clash Magazine, Complex UK and Spindle. She’s began streaming well with Spotify and Apple Music, building her audience across the globe.


Far from resting on her laurels, she smashed into 2019 with her Delena EP, Which included the singles “Holy Ground” and “Perfectly Designed”. Each single would go on to be streamed over 1 million times each, securing the raw songwriting talent a hungry audience for what’s to come. The prolific talent then shared the fierce and emphatic new single “I Am The Fire”, to support from Popjustice and a number of key Spotify playlists.


The new single “One Night”, continues in this vein with an intro that matches Delena’s intensity. The verses have a punchy, 80’s style drive, while the chorus is a powerful crescendo of female attitude. It’s a potent mix of electronic and indie elements that perfectly complements Delena’s vocal style. Enjoy the video for “One Night” below.




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