TRACK REVIEW: Gone Tomorrow – Carousel | NARC. | Reliably Informed | Music and Creative Arts News for Newcastle and the North East

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Hailing from Stockton, acclaimed indie alt. rock quintet Gone Tomorrow have been steadily grafting away over the last couple of years, releasing a prolific streak of singles and supporting local titans like Benefits. Carousel is a brilliant endorsement of why they’ve come so far in such a short span of time.

Much like this year’s previous transmissions Matador and Lifelines, Carousel further finds the band fine-tuning their brutal, refreshingly singular and pummelling sonic assault, with some incredible production allowing the tight-knit arrangements to truly shine. There’s shades of the unorthodox creativity of Gilla Band but with the melodic and anthemic chops of classic alt. rock, and it is another brilliant statement from a gifted unit.


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