Artist info

Genre

Indie, Pop, Rock


Tags

Gosh


band members

Matt - Mitch - Nick - Xav - Zach


Website

Bio

Fusing colourful melodies with yearning indie-rock vocals, GOSH are back with a new single that is ready to pull heartstrings and encourage anthemic sing-alongs with their latest offering, ‘Never Lose You’. The unveiling of the single comes at an exciting from for the Wollongong five-piece, who off the back of their single ‘Take A Leaf’ in 2018, generated solid hype around them as a band to watch, leading to GOSH taking out the Triple J Unearthed competition to perform at 2018’s Yours & Owls Festival.

Now, armed with new music and an East Coast tour, GOSH are kicking into 2019 with impressive sounds well in the pocket.

As with previous releases, ‘Never Lose You’ comes drenched in musically rich tones and charm. Recorded at The Grove Studios with Jack Nigro (DMA’s, Skegss) and Steve Smart (DZ Deathrays, City Calm Down), ‘Never Lose You’ came together out of organic recording sessions where the band’s dynamic was clicked in and operating in its best form. “‘Never Lose You’ came together pretty quickly. The melody’s got an odd familiarity to it straight off the bat, which was pretty apparent as soon as Zach first played it to everyone. It was a super interesting experience as a band to go through, actually!” GOSH

Having formed in 2018, GOSH wasted no time in hitting the ground running. Their debut single ‘Honestly’ was swiftly followed up with ‘Isle of Pines’, both singles stirring excitement and garnering attention surrounding the band’s strong emergence. Influences have included DMA’s, Catfish and The Bottlemen and Gang of Youths across their material, with GOSH finding common ground in well-written hook and chorus arrangements, while building melodies and swelling instrumentation is also an element of their musicianship that has shone from release to release.

Unearthed in 2018

Competition Logo

09 Sep 2018

Winner

GOSH

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Review

Review by Claire Mooney Claire Mooney

13 Sep 2018

Triple J
40

I wanted to take my time listening before I reviewed this one. It's got this familiarity to it and it's so comforting to hear. I love the ambition and the grand moments that build throughout. Solid.l FFO Catfish & The Bottlemen.

I wanted to take my time listening before I reviewed this one. It's got this familiarity to it and it's so comforting to hear. I love the ambition and the grand moments that build throughout. Solid.l FFO Catfish & The Bottlemen.

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

11 Sep 2018

Triple J
35

i'm hearing a bit more gang of youth/catfish on this one, it's got that anthemic jolt about it.

i'm hearing a bit more gang of youth/catfish on this one, it's got that anthemic jolt about it.

Review

Review by Elsa Silberstein Elsa Silberstein

01 Sep 2018

Triple J
35

Needed to be taken away from everything for a moment, this song did the trick!

Needed to be taken away from everything for a moment, this song did the trick!