Velvet Morning - Gorilla 12" LP
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12" LP LIMITED EDITION PINK VINYL FREE DIGITAL DOWNLOAD INCLUDED
01 : Go Cry To Yer Mamma
02 : Art Collector
03 : Loving Under Cover's Yet
04 : Blue Jean Baby
05 : You're Blue I'm Blue
06 : Octo City
07 : Hard Drive Burial
08 : Paranoia
09 : Hedgehog
10 : Bad Seed
11 : Magpie Magic ft. Tess Parks
12 : Chad's Dream
Their debut effort comes out through EXAG/ RIP Records
“Velvet Morning’s heavy-lidded musical offerings wouldn’t have sounded out of place in Andy Warhol’s Factory….enveloping psych influences like Jesus & Mary Chain before slinking off on its own honeyed tangent..” Noisey
“Velvet Morning are all about mood, about atmosphere.Sure, there’s plenty of songcraft, of gently hued artistry beneath that sound, but the band really thrive on a certain decadent glamour. Each track passes by slowly, like wisps of smoke from a cigarette.” Clash Magazine
Producing music that is dipped in physchedilca and subtly experimental, the Essex four piece have been releasing a series of tracks online throughout the past year. Now newly signed to London based independent co-label EXAG/ RIP Records and all set to release LP Gorilla.
Velvet Morning is the project of 20 year old Samuel Jones accompanied my band members Charlie Carmichael, Chris Richardson and John Kirkwood. Based from all over the seaside towns of the Southend borough,London and Cambridge, taking influence from a variety of psych/rhythm & blues/soul from the last 50 years Velvet Morning comfortably fit in with the surge of new wave psychedelia.
Gorilla is a stunning affair, compiled of the 12 first songs written solely by Jones over the past year and a half. The songs are a product of constant home recordings and the selection of songs recorded live at gigs, each songs carefully chose to compliment each other as an album. As Jones explains “I wanted to make something as subtly smooth as possible and then build on the songs after. How I saw it in my head was to take something classic sounding and make it sound kind of deranged in the writing process”.