The English three-piece will release their debut in 2010.
Produced by Ewan Pearson, Delphic's debut is said to primarily hang about in the indie rock spectrum, with an added '80s-esque synth and percussion touch. Pearson, who is well known for his studio work with dance-orientated indie bands, has previously lent his hands to the likes of The Rapture, M83, and, more recently, Australia's Lost Valentinos.
Coming together as a band one year ago, Delphic signed to Belgian label R&S, who went on to release their Counterpoint 12-inch in April. The band also recently featured on Kitsune Maison 7.