Ben Ringel, Benjamin Azzi, David Supica, Dylan Fitch, Steven Hanner
"The feel Delta Saints were going for was that of a “funeral parade.” “I really like songs that evoke a certain emotion because of the music, but when you listen to the lyrics, you get an entirely different story. That’s what we tried to do on this song, the music is jubilant, and the words are dark. It was a fun story to tell.” Ringel explains. Moreover, Ringel says the sound of the single is a good representation of the liveliness on the rest of the album. “We’ve kind of come into our own sound over the past couple of years, and what we’ve really been looking for is this dark New Orleans rock-and-roll kind of thing,” he says. “We like to get loud and dance, and that’s what Death Letter Jubilee is about.” - Kory Grow MtvHiveDeath Letter Jubilee
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Ben Ringel (vocals/dobro), Dylan Fitch (guitar), David Supica (bass), and Ben Azzi (drums) each moved to Nashville for college in 2007 and first found common ground as old-world-loving, good-bourbon-swilling musicians. As the searing harmonica and howling vocals of their live show began garnering notoriety, The Saints rode their roots rock wave right into the studio. On the heels of 2009’s Pray On EP and 2010’s follow-up A Bird Called Angola, the band toured tirelessly, playing more than 150 shows a year, including a slot at Arkansas’ Wakarusa Festival and two summers headlining in Europe during which they performed on the long-running, renowned German TV show Rockpalast.