Francis of Delirium, the musical project of 21-year-old Jana Bahrich, has released a new single, ‘Real Love’.
The track, produced by Catherine Marks, comes after a busy year of touring with artists such as Soccer Mommy, Briston Maroney, Horsegirl, The Districts, and opening for The 1975.
Jana explains, “‘Real Love’ at its heart is a simple song about being in love with your best friend. For years, timing got in the way. I got in my own way, and then finally, it worked out. Coming out of a two-month-long tour in the US and heading into summer back at home, it felt like my world was opening up. I wanted to write a song that reflected the feeling of leaning into vulnerability, a song that embraces telling the people you love what they mean to you and truly meaning it.”
She adds, “Spending every night watching The Districts on tour really impacted me. There was this hopefulness I heard in their music that I really connected to. After writing our last EP ‘The Funhouse’ which was all about darkness and the feeling of being engulfed by the chaos of the world, I just couldn’t write anything super dark and heavy at the time, it just wouldn’t come out. My body and brain were just guiding me to writing lighter, more open music'”
You can check out ‘Real Love’ below.