‘You’re Still Gone’ Stream Drops Today with A.V. Club. Debut Album Black Sun Out Now via Astralwerks
Dubbed “Artist To Watch” in 2013 by MTV & Billboard, Australia’s Gold Fields have made a name for themselves with their debut album Black Sun out February 26th via Astralwerks. Armed with pop hooks, tribal beats, danceable rhythms, and plenty of emotion, the band has turned heads with their larger-than-life live show. Previously sharing stages with Crystal Castles, Metric, Diamond Rings and SBTRKT, the band kicks off a national tour supporting Capital Cities today!
The single “Dark Again” is a pop gem flecked with driving guitars and bright synths, all building to a heavy-hitting chorus that’s sure to make you move. The energized album track’s mysterious video has garnered nearly have a million views and features model Shaun Ross who has previously starred in videos with Katy Perry, Kanye West & Beyonce. Today, they have released the new single “You’re Still Gone” offering fans another taste of what they’ll hear live. The track premiered with A.V. Club who describes it as an “electro-pop track [that] soars and blips, and feels just right for spring.”. Check out the “You’re Still Gone” stream below.
With many shows already sold out, the band is running a Twitter contest offering 2 free pairs of tickets to winners in each city. Fans that can’t make it out to a show can check out the band’s explosive live performances on their two national TV appearances, Jimmy Kimmel Live! and Last Call with Carson Daly. Catch Gold Fields LIVE on a national US tour with Capital Cities and stay tuned for more news coming soon!
” …tuneful pop approachability to the kind of dance rock that appeared in the 1980s, revving it up with buoyant Caribbean syncopations.”– New York Times
“dance-happy new wave… tinged with end-of-the-evening melancholy.”– Alternative Press
“grooves with New Wave synth, a solar guitar riff and flashy disco sheen” – Rolling Stone
“ …hypnotic swirls of synths, a driving hook, and subtly soothing vocals — all ingredients for an indie earworm.” – Entertainment Weekly
Gold Fields On Tour w/ Capital Cities!
4/23: Phoenix, AZ @ Crescent Ballroom
4/24: Tuscon, AZ @ Solar Culture
4/26: Austin. TX @ Stubb’s JR
4/28: Houston, TX @ HOB Bronze Peacock
4/30: New Orleans, LA @ House of Blues
5/3: Charlotte, NC @ Fillmore
5/5: Norfolk, VA @ Jewish Mother
5/8: Boston, MA @ Paradise
5/9: New York, NY @ Irving Plaza
5/10: Philadelphia, PA @ TLA
5/13: Toronto, ON @ Mod Club
5/14: Cleveland, OH @ Cambridge Room
5/15: Detroit, MI @ The Shelter
5/21: Colorado Springs, CO @ Black Sheep
5/22: Aspen, CO @ Belly Up
5/23: Fort Collins, CO @ Aggie Theater
5/24: Denver, CO @ Gothic Theatre
5/29: Portland, OR @ Hawthorne Theatre
5/31: Sacramento, CA @ Ace of Spades
6/1: Santa Barbara, CA @ Soho Restaurant and Music Club
6/5: Anaheim, CA @ House of Blues
6/6: Los Angeles, CA @ El Rey Theatre
6/7: Los Angeles, CA @ El Rey Theatre