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This band has no press


2011: "Blood Red" on Of National Importance Records

2012: "Kill All Love Songs" on Vamp Superior Recordings, as part of Record Store Day in the UK.



Formed two years ago, in a storm of publicity, with public endorsements from Kasabian and Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, the band have matured into a balls-out psychedelic rock n roll band. This included being named on NME's "one-to-watch" listing.

GoldSoul's influences range somewhere between The Black Angels, The Beatles, The Brian Jonestown Massacre, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club and The Velvet Underground.

Gem Archer (of Oasis & Beady Eye fame) once described GoldSoul's live set as "ferocious", after seeing them play live in London. Their live performances have gained them plaudits from all over the world, and few bands can match the intensity of their live shows.

In June 2011, GoldSoul released their debut single "Blood Red" to huge critical acclaim, prompting NME magazine to pronounce them as "one-to-watch".

In April 2012 the band were personally invited to release their second single "Kill All Love Songs" by Spencer Hickman, head of Record Store Day in the UK, as part of RSD. All of the limited edition 7" vinyls instantly sold out on the day of release, such was the demand.

The band have now begun recording what will be their debut LP to be released in May 2013, which will be released via Fuzz Club Records in the UK and Europe, and The Reverberation Appreciation Society in America.