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At twenty-two years of age, despite a career already full of successes, Delta Goodrem is now back with a new perspective on her own career. Following her two massively successful albums – ‘Innocent Eyes’ (2003) and ‘Mistaken Identity’ (2004), which spawned a quick succession of hit singles on the Australian and international charts (most notably topping the charts in the UK and Japan).
With a refreshed energy and new vitality, Delta began work on her third studio album in 2006, but she only found the right path in December that year after many sessions with some of the world’s best songwriters and producers. “The turning point came with the album’s opening song ‘Believe Again’. Before that I was feeling a little unsure about the direction of the new album. That song really turned things around for me in a lot of different ways.” Co-written by Delta with the album’s primary songwriting team of Brian McFadden, Stuart Crichton and Tommy Lee James, the song represents a celebratory new lease on life, which is echoed on the album’s first single ‘In This Life’. The songs on ‘Delta’ range from edgier offerings like ‘You Will Only Break My Heart’, through to the Celtic-influenced ‘The Guardian’, the country-styled ‘Woman’, and the spine-tingling and incredibly resonant ‘Angels In The Room’, all reinforcing Delta’s abilities as a singer/songwriter who has made all the right choices with her new album.
Delta is very proud of this new album and feels it’s a great representation of where and who she is at the moment, “It feels like I’ve turned the corner and everything in front of me is super-exciting, and I’m just looking forward to people hearing my music again.”