Tim Delaney shows you Where To Begin with his debut single Rocio — showcasing today on Tinnitist.
A tenderly dreamy ode to morning romance, Rocío (pronounced roh-SEE-oh) opens with a beautiful, reverb-heavy progression driven by the sounds of Delaney’s calculated picking. “It’s played on a ukulele — the recorder of stringed instruments,” the Austin singer-songwriter cracks.
After eight years of dedication, commitment and hard work, Austin, Texas-based psychedelic uke-pop artist Tim Delaney has finally broken out onto the music scene with the release of his debut EP, Where to Begin and lead single “Rocío”.
“Rocío” (pronounced roh-see-oh) opens with a beautiful, reverb-heavy chord progression driven by the sounds of Delaney’s calculated acoustic playing abilities
Though a simple four-chord song, the song is layered with buttery vocal harmonies, sounds of shakers, and an enchanting guitar solo towards the end.
“Rocío” and Where to Begin is the first-ever taste of Delaney’s solo work, and gives the listener a general idea of his musical style: acoustic-centric pop and rock inspired by his ever-expansive taste for 20th century classics, from the British Invasion to the ‘90s grunge era.