Gotts Street Park are championed for their soulful production and instrumental talent. This time, new track ‘Everything’ featuring Rosie Lowe places perfectly on a vintage vinyl with its soul-tinged sultry sound.
In a Loud & Quiet article, the act was described as “four mates” who are “modernising the sounds of the ’60s Deep South”. ‘Everything’ is as comforting as sitting down with some Deep South soul-food.
Despite a sound reminiscent of the American Deep South, the trio hail from Leeds and recorded ‘Everything’ while in lockdown in the UK this year. Their music is comparable to the likes of DRAMA or Wu-lu with their cool jazzy sound.
The new single is a product grown from an instrumental arrangement which was sent to singer Rosie Lowe. Rosie said: “When the band sent me the instrumental for ‘Everything’ over lockdown, I had the melody in my head before the song was even finished. It sparked such a strong energy for me and I wanted to capture that as quickly as possible; by the end of the day the whole song was written.”
Gotts Street Park have been in the music scene for just over three years, demonstrating their strengths in their prolific production paired with vocals from upcoming artists such as Yellow Days, Celeste and Rejjie Snow.
‘Everything’ will be released in Gotts Street Park’s upcoming second EP on the 27th November 2020. You can expect the same lust evoking sound partnered with collaborations with Grand Pax, Zilo and Flikka.
On these early ending lockdown nights, sit down and relax to this new track. It’s the soul food you didn’t know you needed.
By Ellen Kinsey
Support the Indiependent
We’re trying to raise £200 a month to help cover our operational costs. This includes our ‘Writer of the Month’ awards, where we recognise the amazing work produced by our contributor team. If you’ve enjoyed reading our site, we’d really appreciate it if you could donate to The Indiependent. Whether you can give £1 or £10, you’d be making a huge difference to our small team.