Listen Gabriels announce two-part debut album ‘Angels & Queens’, share title track

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The LA trio have also announced that they will tour the UK next month.

Los Angeles trio Gabriels have announced details of their two-part debut album ‘Angels & Queens’ and shared its title track.

The first part of the debut LP will land on 30th September via Atlas Artists/Parlophone Records, with the second instalment due in March 2023.

“Our debut album ‘Angels & Queens’ is a unique exploration of love and loss from each of our differing perspectives,” Gabriels said in a statement. “We were planning to release our album next year, but got the opportunity to collaborate with some of the most amazing people who initially were strangers, but within weeks became family in the most mind blowing process.”

“As the first part of the album was recorded, we knew we wanted to share it with you as soon as possible. We couldn’t be more excited to announce that Angels & Queens – Part I is coming this September, and Part II will follow in March. THANK YOU Sounwave and Beach Noise.”

The album was produced by Sounwave, most famous for his work with Kendrick Lamar and Beyoncé, who added: “I was instantly drawn in from the raw emotions and how limitless their range was. For this project we wanted to push the boundaries sonically that matched the intense and vulnerable feelings of each song.”

Listen to the title track of the debut album and see the dates for the band’s short UK tour next month below.

21st – Glasgow, SWG3 TV Studio
23rd – Manchester, New Century
25th – London, HERE @ Outernet

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