Jessica Hernandez & The Deltas announce album release date and new cover art

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Finally, the day has come! After months of anticipation from Detroit's Jessica Hernandez & The Deltas over when their sophomore album would be arriving, the wait is just about over. Jessica Hernandez and her faithful Deltas' new album, Telephone/Teléfono, will arrive June 23 via Dead Owl Music / Instant Records.

When we caught up with Hernandez back in September at Riot Fest in Chicago, she told us that the songs for the album were already written and that she planned on releasing two albums, one version in English and the other in Spanish.



While both albums are made up of essentially the same songs, Jessica's vocals in Spanish add a whole other level on complexity to the music that is undeniable. Plus, the songs were recorded half in Detroit and half in Mexico City.

You can pre-order Jessica Hernandez & The Deltas' new album too, and you can do that right here. If you pre-order the album, you will automatically get new singles from the album "Hot Damn," "Run Too Far," and "Escapar." Plus, you'll get access to some exclusive behind-the-scenes videos and much more.



Jess and the boys will play their next hometown show on Cinco de Mayo for Oooh la la Lucha at Saint Andrews Hall. You can get tickets here.

In addition to announcing her album release date, Hernandez and the boys also revealed the cover art for the album, too. Check it out below. 

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