Artist of a day 21/04: GØSPEL

New rope GSPEL are terrible to hunt for in Google though good for electronic music
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GØSPEL sound like: a Drive film soundtrack, with combined pieces of Tron and Beverly Hills Cop to radically emanate a ultimate 80s film score.

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Their story: GØSPEL are a burgeoning electro-pop twin – Beth Anderton-Allen and Chris Willsher – from London, UK.

Having usually shaped in 2014, entrance singular Disasters Running Wild found early adoption by a now-defunct inhabitant Introducing uncover on BBC Radio 1.

Having spent a years in between afterwards and now honing and enlightening both their sound and live show, a rope have warranted themselves comparisons from stalwarts of a choice stage trimming from Daughter to Women’s Hour.

The rope have recently announced their new Bodies EP for recover after this year and have so distant expelled dual singles including a new Your Thoughts, celebrating it’s recover around a packed-out uncover during The Brewhouse in Hackney.

What’s so good about them? As an wholly eccentric endeavour, GØSPEL are really most holding to their possess in a rather swarming marketplace.

Rather than succumbing to a often-heady vigour of early song attention buzz, a rope opted to take a required time to strength out their skills as musicians to smoothness a best song they presumably can.

Their laid-back take on electronic song seems to be pulling their career in a right direction, carrying picked adult props from BBC London, Amazing Radio and Radio X.

Most-streamed lane on Spotify: Disasters Running Wild

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What will they be doing in 2017? With GØSPEL’s career in their possess hands and an EP on a way, we’re going to jeopardy a theory that they’re formulation to recover serve singles in lieu of that EP corroborated adult with some some-more shows. Y’know, a whole song thing.

Signed to: Unsigned

Upcoming live dates:

  • Wednesday 10 May: Birthday’s, London (FREE ENTRY)
  • Saturday 3 June: Camden Rocks Festival, London (tickets here)

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