Distributed in Dolby Atmos, the Dark Ambient Instrumental Takes Listeners on an Immersive Journey to ‘The End of the Universe.’

INCLINE VILLAGE, Nev., Dec. 31, 2021 – Electronic rock musician, David Delbridge, proudly announces the release of his debut single, “Heat Death.” At nearly five minutes, the sprawling track features a Yamaha C7 grand piano delicately navigating through an angry ocean of distorted synthesizers – a variance of instruments that touches multiple genres: dark ambient, electronic rock, avant-rock and post-progressive.

“Heat Death” represents five years of labor. In 2016, Delbridge retired his Internet hosting company to pursue music full-time, fulfilling a lifelong dream. In the years that followed, he studied music business and technology at the Berklee College of Music, designed and built a state-of-the-art recording studio in his home, and finally, spent two years developing his sound and repertoire.

“I’m extremely pleased with this release,” comments David Delbridge. “It embodies a lot of accomplishments – not only in music craft, but in music business and tech. I enjoy the challenge, but it’s a lot of hats to wear and a challenge of patience. To finish and share this with the world is wildly satisfying.”

“Heat Death” is the first of two anticipated releases. It is now available for download and streaming in standard and audiophile / surround formats at Apple Music, Tidal, and other digital music outlets.

Visit daviddelbridge.com for additional artist information and updates.

About Resort Records

Established in 1994 by music technologist and entrepreneur, David Delbridge, Resort Records is an independent music production company, headquartered in Incline Village, Nevada. A technology leader, the company garnered early Internet design awards from Yahoo!, CompuServe, and Cool Sitings for its pioneering interactive website, claiming the distinction of first indie label website to vend downloadable MP3s.

About David Delbridge

David Delbridge is an American musician, composer, and record producer whose electronic rock music has been called “cinematic industrial” in style. He studied computer science at the Pennsylvania State University and music business and technology at the Berklee College of Music. He is a multi-instrumentalist and DIY-musician – he single-handedly writes, produces, and markets music through his own Resort Records label. His home-based recording studio is “The Resort” at Lake Tahoe.

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