Watch New Video "Home" By Scottish Blues-Rocker and Singer-Songwriter Eilidh McKellar; Full Length Album, Delta Devil Dreams, Just Released

Our favorite Scottish blues-rocker, Eilidh McKellar, has just released the third video from her full-length album, Delta Devil Dreams. "Home" is anchored by a slow, rocking riff on electric guitar. It has a warm steady groove and Eilidh plays a sweet solo. I really like the visual vibe of the video. The subdued lighting and the neons or colored florescence in the background make the area look futuristic, industrial and retro at the same time, with nice close-ups of Eilidh singing and playing her guitar. Well done.

Delta Devil Dreams

Since we last wrote about Eilidh, she has completed her studies at University and done a successful string of concerts in London as well as a sixteen city tour of the U.K. Her much anticipated debut album, Delta Devil Dreams, is now available at Amazon
and iTunes. The album, a showcase for Eilidh's virtuosic talent on guitar and vocals, features good songwriting, great sound, and a tight band propelled by Grammy winning producer Guy Eckstine on drums. Watch this excellent album preview on her EPK.

According to Eckstine, "Iconique Music Group management and production client Eilidh McKellar's debut album, Delta Devil Dreams, is finally here! It is now on sale on iTunes globally! There will be a special release party at Zigfrid von Underbelly of Hoxton in London, Tuesday night, the 14th of October! Eilidh and her 6 piece band hit the stage at 9:00 pm! Delta Devil Dreams is a rockin’ 14 song stampede that features McKellar delivering blues infused indie-rock with pop hooks along with bassist, Tim Lefebvre; keyboardist, Alan Okuye; and yours truly in the producer and drum chair. If you are lucky enough to be in London next week come 'round and enjoy- it's tight, loud and rockin'!"

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