With their third full-length, ‘Sanctuary’, set to land on 31st January, North London’s Gengahr are giving us our second taste of what to expect with new track ‘Heavenly Maybe’.
Infused with disco-esque melodies, the track explores songwriter Felix Bushe’s experience of using partying to distract himself from what’s happening in his life.
Accompanied by some beaut visuals that form the second part to the previously released ‘Everything & More’ video, the group explain: “’Heavenly Maybe’ is the second of a two part video we made with David East in Berlin earlier this year. Across the two we wanted to create something which captured the thematic essence of the album as a whole whilst also allowing each song its own fitting backdrop. The song itself is essentially about going out and trying to forget about all of your troubles, and how ultimately problematic that is as a form of release.”
Check out the new vid below:
See Gengahr live at the following dates:
13: UK: Manchester - Band On The Wall
14: UK: Leeds - Brudenell Social Club (Main Room)
16: UK: Glasgow - King Tuts
17: IRE: Dublin - The Sound House
19: UK: Bristol - Fleece
20: UK: Brighton - Patterns
21: UK: London - EartH
24: FR: Paris - Le Pop-Up Du Label
25: BE: Brussels - VOLTA
26: DE: Cologne - Blue Shell
27: DE: Berlin - Maze
28: DE: Munich - folks!
29: DE: Hamburg: Molotow Skybar
02: NE: Amsterdam - Paradiso (Upstairs)
10: NZ: Auckland - Neck Of The Woods
13: AUS: Sydney - Lansdowne
14: AUS: Melbourne - Howler
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Gengahr’s Felix Bushe reflects on the rocky road towards their third record, ‘Sanctuary’, and how it’s been the best thing they’ve done yet.
Their newbie comes ahead of the release of their new album ‘Sanctuary’ on Friday (31st January).
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The track gets taken from their forthcoming third album ‘Sanctuary’.