Red Light Management

Artist Bio

Some things come together immediately. Others… take a little time. HÆLOS – known individually as Arthur Delaney, Dom Goldsmith and Lotti Benardout – fall into the latter bracket. But the way the music comes out sounding, you know it couldn’t have happened any other way. Each one of their vividly cinematic tracks seems to map the long journey from desperation to relief, stress to sanctuary – the basic dynamic of all urban life. If London tends to be a meandering, alienating hometown, there is a looming sense to HÆLOS’ music of a band – of three people – having found each other. Eventually.

“We’ve all arrived at this point off the back of our own paths,” says Arthur. “We’ve all worked independently for a number of years but to come together and find such a strong synergy between us has been powerful – spiritual, even.”

Calling to mind the same deserted dawn high streets stalked by the music of Massive Attack, Portishead and the rest of those electronic artists who spent the 90s finding the pain after the rave, each track HÆLOS make sounds like a ritual; a way to cope. In a world that has forgotten about the chillout room, those rituals and coping strategies are more vital than ever.

“I guess at the heart of it we are always trying to capture that feeling you get at 5AM,” says Arthur. “Jamming with your friends after a night out, treading that fine line between darkness and euphoria, fear and love. That’s the time that all our favourite music gets put on; it’s where the beauty is at.”

If HÆLOS music bears traces of its influences, it also possesses an undeniable contemporary zeal. Look around you. How much ever changes, really? The same Coke cans, puke piles and plastic bags litter the same deserted dawn high streets. And young men and women are always there, trudging through the late-night rubble, indulging the urge to leave the house and not return until they have found the edges of the night. And the one thing you need more than anything else after finding those edges will never change, either. It’s soul, and HÆLOS have stacks of it – it’s sore, it’s overworked, it’s overmedicated. But despite the night’s best efforts, it is undeniably there.

“Our songwriting process can be uncomfortable and sometimes painful,” say the band, “but we want to write evocative music that captures the spirit of what it means to be alive and human.”

This is the story of HÆLOS – of soul under attack, coming out on top.


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Agency - Rest of World

Tour Dates

Jan 22 2019
London, United Kingdom
Jan 23 2019
Paris, France
Feb 21 2019
Badehaus Szimpla
Berlin-altglienicke, Germany
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Feb 22 2019
Le Botanique Orangerie
Brussels-capital, Belgium
Feb 23 2019
Amsterdam, Netherlands
Mar 19 2019
Teragram Ballroom
Los Angeles, CA
Mar 27 2019
Fine Line Music Cafe
Minneapolis, MN
Mar 29 2019
A&R Music Bar
Columbus, OH
Mar 30 2019
Toronto, Canada
Apr 01 2019
Bar Le Ritz PDB
Montreal, Canada
Apr 02 2019
Brighton Music Hall
Boston, MA
Apr 05 2019
Music Hall of Williamsburg
Brooklyn, NY
May 16 2019
EartH (Evolutionary Arts Hackney)
London, United Kingdom