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Premiere: GØSPEL
“Bodies”

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What would you be doing if you weren’t at work right now? We mean, it’s fucking gorgeous out there isn’t it. The sort of weather at a point in the week that might even make a visit to Winter Wonderland semi-bearable. We suppose our attentions and mindset have been very much aligned with where the rest of the music industry is at. Just gotta soldier on through to the festive finish line. Put yourselves into maximum overdrive. Lament at how and why you’ve been going out so much during November, in the harsh face of your December social agenda whereby you have for some fucked up reason RSVP’d to literally every single Christmas-themed event ever conceived. All of that stuff. Anyway, cheers sun. Glad you could join us on a particularly intense Monday and hope you enjoyed your day off from London yesterday. Bringing forth yet more wintery sunshineness – in sonic form at least – are Killing Moon faves GØSPEL who indeed we have been bigging up along the course of 2016 and for whom we are delighted to premiere the video of their forthcoming single Bodies (due out on 6th January 2017). Previously sending out soundwaves in their music that may well resonate highly with fans of Annie Lennox and Beach House and picking up their due props from all sorts across the length and breadth of BBC Radio 1, BBC Introducing, Radio X and blogs so much more important than us that they made it into the press release whilst we’re sitting here whinging that we haven’t; we’re taking note that on this particular occasion the band have opted for a more contemporary future-pop direction which lands itself more in the worlds of LapsleySYKESDems and Oh Wonder. The clip involves a great deal of walking around looking pensively at things whilst living on your own planet that exists between the arches of one’s headphones. And let’s face it; it is the right time of the year to be doing that sort of thing. After all, this year has given us all plenty to think about and reflect on, lest we fuck things up further in 2017.


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