Feel Alone might be the name of their new single, but it is not an emotion you can imagine Golding experiencing right now as they continue to attract ears and attention with their engaging sound.
Formed by school friends back in 2013, the British band was swiftly hand-picked to tour the length and breadth of the UK with Illinois indie noise fiends The Orwells. Since then it has been a lively time for the Brighton hailing band as their fusion of alternative and indie rock with more shoegaze and psych pop bred flavours have enticed more and more ears through shows and festival appearance across the past eighteen months or so, and in turn with the unveiling of songs.
Now the band have their debut single poised to spark broader awareness, a hope and intent which will certainly be given a healthy start by Feel Alone, a song which gets right down into the nitty gritty of making a potent persuasion from its opening second. A lone guitar lays a melodic jangle upon ears first; it quickly joined by a rolling lure of drums before a wider caress of guitar alongside a moodier tone of bass get involved with the brewing affair with ears. Once into an energetic but composed stride, the song unveils an imaginative landscape of varied rock ‘n roll, creative scenery scented with post punk shadows and drama around a volatile rock/pop enterprise. The vocals of Kipp Boucher add further mellow texture to the calmer twists of the song whilst the bass of Toby Withers and Louis Ayto’s beats offer the shadier hues and irritable energy which smoulders throughout the single.
The track is a fiery and as suggested tempestuous proposal with the guitars of Boucher and Liam Bemrose a mix of raw and emotive flames around the solo prowess of the latter. That greatly impacting post punk spice continues to reinforce the stormy heart of the song and only aids what would be a very decent track grow into something much more impressive and memorable.
Feel Alone shows why many have been eagerly shouting about Golding whilst offering the potential of bigger and bolder things from them ahead. With a UK tour kicking off now, 2016 could be very good year for the south coast bred outfit.
Feel Alone is out now @ https://golding.bandcamp.com/
Upcoming Tour Dates:
17/03 Brighton, The Prince Albert
18/03 Bath, The Nest
19/03 London, The Garage (Upstairs)
20/03 Sheffield, The Greystones
Pete RingMaster 15/03/2016
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