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While the curtain slowly fell on 2018, beloved Ballarat-via-Melbourne five piece Gold Fields quietly but assuredly let slip their first musical utterance in nearly a half decade.
"Glow EP", spearheaded by the transcendent single by the same name, recaptured the attention of cult followers of their acclaimed debut album, "Black Sun" (2013) and succeeded in sparking the imagination of many new fans of sophisticated psych-soused indie rock in the process.
The somewhat unexpected release of "Glow" saw Gold Fields also take opportunity to foreshadow a forthcoming full length album, which they can now reveal is entitled "Dalawa", a nod to guitarist Vin Andanar's heritage and meaning 'two' in Filipino (Tagalog).
"Dalawa", produced by Malcolm Besley (Northeast Party House, City Calm Down) and mixed my Tony Espie (The Avalanches, Cut Copy) is scheduled for April 12 release.
"Quite the sonic journey full of intensity and a notable darkness that is a real treat for your ears" - Acid Stag
"Strap yourself in for Gold Fields 2.0" - I Oh You
"One of Australian electronic's most influential and transformative names" – Pilerats
|Primary Format - Music||Vinyl|
|Label||Haven Sounds / Cooking Vinyl|
|Music Genre Primary||Electronic|
|Music Genre Secondary||Alternative|
LP - SIDE A
- 1. Solar
- 2. Dreams
LP - SIDE B
- 1. Waves
- 2. Cocoon
- 3. Tetris
LP - SIDE C
- 1. Glow
- 2. Let This Go
LP - SIDE D
- 1. Ones
- 2. Waterfall
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