Goldsands Release 'A Place Far Away'
Blending a range of genres, Pop, Rock and Jazz, five piece band Goldsands bring you a fresh and authentic sound and take you to 'A Place Far Away' with their latest release.
It tells a story of a faded film stars unlikely bond with a neglected young woman after crossing paths in Tokyo, it takes inspiration from cult classic movie Lost in Translation. The track was self-produced in an apartment in Birmingham, and then later mastered by Geoff Pesche at the legendary Abbey Road Studios.
They have been compared to Radiohead, The Beatles and Coldplay as a result of the band members eclectic musical background, with Jazz Rock and experimental sounds along with a Pop hook being the key features.
'A Place Far Away' - the track starts off with soft vocals which then progresses from just a piano to guitar and stronger vocals, it is a soft track throughout, with a relaxing vibe to it.
The group are also embarking on a tour and whilst on tour. I am really pleased I was introduced to Goldsands and I am definitely going to try and make one of their tour dates.