The musical life of... Albert Gold

The musical life of... Albert Gold

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If you’re not yet familiar with the British singer-songwriter Albert Gold, don’t you worry ’cause I’m about to fix it! After releasing Into The Wild back in 2014 and Feel Safe the year before, the breakthrough artist draw an avid comparison to the likes of Frank Ocean amongst others. The alumnus of the British Academy Of New Music is now back with his new single Don’t Let Me Go, a slice of exuberant gospel-tinged soul, backed by an incredible choir for the chorus. The track came out of sessions with the Sacha Skarbek at London’s Kensaltown Studios, who’s previously worked with Lana Del Rey and Adele. “I co-wrote Don’t Let Me Go with Sacha Skarbek when I was in a dark place, but after finishing the song it’s helped me to deal with a lot of the pain and heartbreak I was feeling at the time. It’s definitely a therapy song for me”, Albert explained about the song now available on iTunes.

While the single B-side is offering a beautiful cover of Arctic MonkeysWhen The Sun Goes Down, a house remix by S.L. Blessed has just seen the light of day on Soundcloud. Albert Gold is definitely one to watch and currently has an EP in the pipeline. To be in the know about this forthcoming project and his past and current influences, take the plunge and read our interview!


The last concert you attended?
It was Rationale at the Scala.

The last album you purchased?
The last album I got was Coloring Book by Chance The Rapper.

Three songs in your current playlist?
People Say by Seramic, Never Too Much by Luther Vandross and Ultralight Beam by Kanye West.

The best song to seduce?
Haha, I would say I Get Lonely by Janet Jackson.

The best song to dance?
The Best Things In Life Are Free by Luther Vandross and Janet Jackson.

The best song to wake up to?
Put Your Records On by Corinne Bailey Rae.

The best song to lift your mood up?
At the moment I’m really into Love For That by Mura Masa featuring Shura.

The song that reminds you of your childhood?
Everybody Dance by Chic.

The song that made you feel like singing in the first place?
No Woman No Cry by Bob Marley.

The song you wish you had written yourself?
I Will Always Love You by Dolly Parton. Such a great song!

The song that represents you the most (your state of mind, your way of being or your sound)?
A House Is Not A Home by Luther Vandross.

The most difficult song you had to write/create so far?
I would say the song Satellites, it’s not out yet but it explains a bit about a really hard relationship I came out of.

The most precious song you wrote so far?
A song called Dad which I just wrote the other day. It explains my childhood and growing up. Hopefully, it will be on the EP coming out in summer.

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