Test Card Girl Releases ‘Don't Go’


Goryl Records

Described as 'a joyous life-affirming pop gem' by Tom Robinson (BBC 6Music Introducing Mixtape) 'Don't Go' is a song for anyone who has had to remind themselves repeatedly not to return to a person or situation.

Combining elements of synth pop with a simple folk playground melody, this is a summer song inviting you to get up and dance away bad times and regrets accompanied by an imaginary band of synthesised players. Featured in a February edition of Fresh on the Net's 'Fresh Faves' blog, 'Don't Go' was described as 'irresistibly catchy' with a 'sassy beat and popping bassline that gives it a cool contemporary Pop feel. It is so simple and yet so effective'.

Like an 8-bit Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, a swirling cacophony of electronic instrumentation eventually drowns out an ever complex vocal arrangement, but Test Card Girl still has the last words which are, unsurprisingly 'Don't Go'! Having already received national airplay on Radio X and BBC 6 Music, this unique 2-minute slice of Mancunian electropop will add an uninhibited technicolour splash of joy to any playlist this summer.

Source Goryl Records

May 5, 2021 5:20am ET by Goryl Records  

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