DELTAMANIC will be bringing their funk-soul sound back to the Old Brewery on December 9, with a promise of some new music to mark the occasion.

The Alloa band last performed at the venue in October and drew in a sell-out crowd after spending the summer recording a list of tracks.

Deltamanic, comprised of Dean Oliver, Kyla Brisbane, Ross Mcshane, Callum Stewart, Jack Pickles, Ali Boag and Benjamin Hunter, formed in 2021 and released their debut EP Midas Touch in August.

Speaking ahead of the gig, Deltamanic keys player Benjamin said: “Our last gig at the Old Brewery was incredible, by far one of the best crowds we have ever played in front of.

“We played a fantastic set and had the place bouncing with positive feedback from members of the public and fans alike.

“It was a free entry event yet we still managed to technically sell the venue out as every single table, booth and stool in the place was reserved by people who were there to see us play. It was very humbling.

“The 9th will be even better as we have a number of new songs we are going to be performing.”

Forming during lockdown, Deltamanic started off as an idea that frontman Dean Oliver had for starting a band with an original funk and soul sound to it.

The idea was shared around and after some experimentation, Dean had attracted six other members to the band.

Deltamanic make music focusing on these genres whilst also incorporating elements of alternative rock.

Their debut single, Come On Now, was released in July 2021 and was quickly followed up by a second entitled Free My Soul the following month.

Going into 2022, the band began to work on their debut EP and began performing in small venues around Clackmannanshire.

In August 2022, Deltamanic released their first EP, entitled Midas Touch, featuring two singles and three brand new tracks ahead of their second gig at the Old Brewery.

The event, the band's final show of the year, is non ticketed but tables can be reserved through the Old Brewery’s website to guarantee a space.

Support acts are still to be announced for the free gig and will be open to over 18s only.