Hailing from Motor City, it comes as little surprise that Jessica Hernandez & The Deltas are a band built around sleaze-soaked soul, frenetic r’n’b, and the rich vocals which provide the band with their trademark edge. With such an eclectic array of influences fused together, one would be forgiven for thinking that the finished product would be somewhat erratic, disjointed even, but for Hernandez and her band, that simply isn’t the case. “We get called a lot of different things from a lot of different people,” she says. “It’s a combination of stuff that’s really fun and dark and makes you feel a whole range of emotions.” She’s not wrong. Their latest EP ‘Caught Up’, sees the band effortlessly segue from rockabilly to indie-pop, never once losing the soulful edge brought about by Hernandez’ ever-impressive vocals. There’s even an excellent cover of Le Tigre’s ‘Deceptacon’ which is both recognisable yet doesn’t escape the Delta treatment. Having impressed taste-makers on the other side of the Atlantic, Hernandez is ready to unleash her self-style rock’n’soul in Europe, coinciding a stint in the UK and on the continent with the EP’s release. With such broad appeal, it’s difficult to imagine the band staying underground for very long, and as such, we couldn’t recommend joining the party sooner.