TRACK REVIEW: Patrick Gosling – She’s A Woman  | NARC. | Reliably Informed | Music and Creative Arts News for Newcastle and the North East

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An ode to the songwriting of the 60’s and 70’s, Patrick Gosling’s latest single seems softer and more vulnerable than his earlier releases. Although still retaining a contagious catchiness and indie jingle, it’s Patrick’s lyrics that draw you in. It shouldn’t still feel refreshing to hear a woman be described as “intellectual and sexual” in equal measure, but alas it does.

Patrick proclaims “she’s a woman, I’m just a boy”. It’s heartfelt and charming, void of all indie rock arrogance. The bridge is particularly alluring, with Patrick flirting with warm psychedelic arpeggios that furnish the track with a lustful dreaminess. Recorded, produced and performed entirely by Patrick, She’s A Woman is an honest labour of love. 

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