4th April 2016 Artist Profile »
** ALBERT GOLD SHINES ON WITH ‘DON’T LET ME GO’! **
** SINGLE LAUNCH OCCURRING AT THE SEBRIGHT ON APRIL 12TH! **
Heroic Hackney soul man Albert Gold is keeping it locally real and really local when he plays the Sebright Arms alongside Rebel Tape and Antigoni on April 12th on a night of sweet melodic grooves from London Town to launch his brand new single. One of the all-time great double AA-side digital releases, ‘Don’t Let Me Go’ / ‘When The Sun Goes Down’ comes out on In Stereo Records on April 15th. One side is exuberant gospel-tinged soulpop, the other is a languidly intense acoustic cover of an Arctic Monkeys standard. We’ll leave you to decide which is which.
TUESDAY 12 APRIL 2016
THE SEBRIGHT ARMS, HACKNEY, LONDON
CLUB FANDANGO & FIERCE PANDA PRESENT
REBEL TAPE (onstage 10.00pm) are a fourpiece outfit from East London who deliver sultry, smooth guitar-led soul vibes, fronted up the thoroughly seductive vocals of singing guitarist Sarah.
ALBERT GOLD (onstage 9.15pm) is a sweet soul man from Hackney who spends much of his spare time co-writing immensely melodic and hugely commercial soul-pop tunes with Sacha Skarbek (of which‘Don’t Let Me Go’ is one) in Kensaltown Studios and politely fielding comparisons with the likes of Frank Ocean, Sam Smith, Seal and the mighty Luther Vandross.
ANTIGONI (onstage 8.30pm) aka An-tigger-knee is a sweet soul pop lady from North London who has perfected a fragrant blend of acoustic skillings and onstage charm underpinning some terrific emoting on the vocal front. Be prepared for the odd Elvis cover version, too…