TRACK REVIEW: Patrick Gosling – Meantime | NARC. | Reliably Informed | Music and Creative Arts News for Newcastle and the North East

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Young South Tyneside singer-songwriter Patrick Gosling has been making serious waves recently with his euphoric brand of indie pop, and latest release Meantime will certainly only add to the excitement.

Kicking off with a joyous cacophony of synth riffs and dissonant guitars, Gosling launches into the track with twitchy abandonment before hastily hitting the brakes to allow full focus on his vocal, expertly demonstrating that he’s completely mastered the art of loudQUIETloud, and as he tears into the absolute belter of a chorus, it’s glaringly obvious that this is begging to be blasted out on the main stage of a major festival with 20,000 alcohol-fuelled teenagers bouncing along. If Gosling isn’t selling out venues nationwide in the next 12 months, there’s something very wrong with the world.

Released: 02.04.21


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