Gabriel Bruce unveils new video for 'Dark Lights, Shine Loud'
The zoopraxiscopic video for Dark Lights Shine Loud is Gabriel's second collaboration with Ferry Gouw (Diplo, Roxy Music).
It is the first release from recordings that make up Gabriel's forthcoming album, produced and mixed by Craig Silvey (The Horrors, The Arcade Fire).
The track is taken from 'Dark Lights Shine Loud / A Brief And Selfish Lover' an EP made up of two album tracks and three home recordings, you can listen to it on soundcloud.
Gabriel Bruce is back with the two part EP ‘Dark Lights, Shine Loud’ / A Brief And Selfish Lover’. It’s the follow up to his astonishing debut 7”, ‘Sleep Paralysis’.
‘Dark Lights, Shine loud’ is a brilliant, thumping rock song, driven by relentless drums and sharp, incendiary guitars with blasts of brass, all following Gabriel’s epic vocal.
Tobacco-worn, it belies his 21 years and is a startling, snarling instrument.
‘Fools Gold’ is a Wurlitzer driven waltz, whilst ‘Zoe’ is a melting, Balearic house tune. Father Father nods to Sleep Paralysis, a dark, cathartic number,
whilst the EP ends with ‘Only One’ Gabriel is one of a new breed of artist, a multi-dimensional act that is deeply involved in every facet of his art.
Attention to detail is paramount, from collaborating on the artwork with the xx designer Edward Quarmby, to having a hand in every element of every element of his work.
Dark Lights, Shine Loud:
Dark Lights Shine Loud
A Brief And Selfish Lover:
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