Feminist rage queen Delilah Bon comes to Joiners, Southampton in autumn

Feminist rage queen Delilah Bon comes to Joiners, Southampton in autumn

Feminist rage queen Delilah Bon has announced the release date for her highly anticipated second album, Evil, Hate Filled Female, set to drop on 13 September, along with news of her autumn UK and European tour, bringing her to Southampton’s Joiners in November. The announcement coincides with the release of the title track, Evil, Hate Filled Female, which follows previous releases Maverick and Finally See Me, offering glimpses of what listeners can expect from the 14 track self-produced album which will be released on the artist’s own label.


Delilah describes the album as her journey of self-discovery and empowerment and showcases her unique ability to blend anger, wit and authenticity whilst forever pushing boundaries. The title of the album was inspired by a comment she received on Twitter, “Delilah Bon is an Evil, Hate Filled Female”.

She comments: “It’s about becoming the villain you’re always made out to be. We aren’t these sweet innocent little girls anymore, we are rage filled and we are allowed to be angry.”

Crafting imaginative stories and characters, Delilah’s album is a testament to both her resilience and her determination to confront adversity head-on. With the complete creative freedom of being an independent artist, she delivers her most authentic work to date, weaving together themes of escapism and hard-hitting social commentary with unparalleled honesty and vulnerability.

She says: “It’s about turning the tables on hate and reclaiming our power,” she says. “We are truly in our villain era and this album is our soundtrack.”

Delilah Bon is a force to reckoned with, blending elements of hip-hop, nu-metal and riot grrrl ethos into her signature Brat Punk style. Her music serves as a fierce anthem and an empowering force for marginalised communities, particularly women, non-binary and the LGBTQ+ community.

Her 2023 Glastonbury performance garnered acclaim from Kerrang! who hailed her as a standout voice in the rise of bold and bratty heavy music. This recognition secured her a coveted spot on their Sound Of 2024 artist list with further validation as New Noise artist in Metal Hammer magazine and a full feature in Clash magazine.





Thu 31 CARDIFF Clwb Ifor Bach



Fri 01 SOUTHAMPTON Joiners

Sat 02 BRIGHTON Komedia Studio

Sun 03 NORWICH Waterfront Studio

Thu 07 BIRMINGHAM Hare & Hounds

Fri 08 BRISTOL Exchange

Sat 09 LONDON Underworld

Thu 14 MANCHESTER Deaf Institute

Fri 15 LEEDS Key Club

Sat 16 GLASGOW Cathouse

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