Gaggle Share new video for ‘Future’ below
Taken from recent EP ‘Make Love Not War’
Photo Credit: Jim Eyre
Gaggle – the 20 piece all female performance art/pop band/alternative choir/girl gang – are pleased to share the video for ‘Future’.
Chief Gaggle Deborah Coughlin (recent artist in residence at ICA’s Fig 2, writer and general polymath):
“‘Future’ is a Utopian dream – where there’s economic justice, no warmongerers and it’s ok to drink wine in the morning – though in a future that’s so beautiful why would you want to? We’re hoping that at the upcoming election the UK votes in politicians who value human beings over business – that values humans full stop, and feels compassion for people who find life fucking hard, for whom life is the opposite of a dream, a dystopian nightmare. The video is by Louise O’Connor, a Gaggle and amazing artist.”
WATCH IT HERE
Taken from their recent EP Make Love Not War, this is the first new music Gaggle have released since their debut album From the Mouth of the Cave (Transgressive 2012). ‘The Future’ is also the first Gaggle track to feature multiple solos.
Gaggle have appeared on Jools Holland, Channel 4’s Random Acts, performed at The Royal Albert Hall, Southbank’s Queen Elizabeth Hall, Bestival, Latitude and gained critical acclaim across their diverse body of work including pop records, opera, apps, immersive theatre and a sketch show.
Make Love Not War EP Tracklisting: 1. Future, 2. Claws, 3. Make Love Not War.