GENGAHR share 'Where Wildness Grows' - Listen Now!

GENGAHR share 'Where Wildness Grows' - Listen Now!

Gengahr have unveiled ‘Where Wildness Grows’, the title track from their long awaited and highly anticipated new album released 9th March 2018 on Transgressive Records. Existing within a record that explores complex relationships and celebrates human flaws, ‘Where Wildness Grows’ ask questions of the self; practically, morally and philosophically. Discussing the song, singer/guitarist Felix Bushe offered the following:

“Where Wildness Grows is an attempt to figure out what it is that makes us get out of bed in the morning. Where do we find the passion to create the lives we want for ourselves? And with these great expectations and ambitions, how do we cope when things don’t go to plan? I’m still not sure...”

Recorded live to capture both the intimacy and intensity in their individual performances, ‘Where Wildness Grows’ provides a true standout moment from the band; beautiful, mindful and epic with flourishes of Radiohead and Deerhunter.

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It continues an exciting return for Gengahr, with latest single ‘Before Sunrise’ currently on regular rotation at BBC Radio 1 and playlisted at 6Music, exceptional comeback tracks ‘Carrion’ and ‘Mallory’ - both of which offered a compelling insight into the world the band have created with Where Wildness Grows - championed by the teams at Spotify, Apple Music, Radio X, Radio 1 and BBC 6 Music - where ‘Carrion’ reached the A-list.

Gengahr have also shared full details of their upcoming Gengahr and Friends exhibition. Taking place at Hackney’s A Side / B Side Gallery from March 14th-20th the event will feature visual art from the band’s Hugh Schulte alongside work from; Alt-J, Mystery Jets, Marika Hackman, Slaves, Toothless and Puppy.

Furthermore, having completed a tour in Europe supporting Jungle at the end of last year and their own intimate headline show at Omeara - plus a wall-bursting performance at their local Sake Bar for 50 die-hard fans - the band are set to embark on their own upcoming UK and European headline dates - including a milestone show at London’s Koko.

Full dates are below;

30th March – Ancienne Belgique, Brussels

31st March – Molotow, Hamburg

2nd April – Le Point Ephemere, Paris

3rd April – Artheater, Cologne

4th April – Sugarfactory – Amsterdam

6th April – Fri-Son, Fribourg

7th April – Covo Club, Bologna

9th April – Grelle Forelle, Vienna

10th April – Milla, Munich

11th April – Café V Lese, Prague

12th April – Badehaus Szimpla, Berlin

14th April – Krosset, Oslo

16th April – Obaren, Stockholm

17th April – Ideal Bar, Copenhagen

21st April – The Think Tank, Newcastle

22nd April – Brudenell Social Club, Leeds

23rd April – King Tuts Wah Wah Hut, Glasgow

24th April – Gorilla, Manchester

26th April – Hare & Hounds, Birmingham

27th April – Rescue Rooms, Nottingham

28th April – The Thekla, Bristol

29th April – Joiners, Southampton

30th April – Portland Arms, Cambridge

2nd May – The Haunt, Brighton

3rd May – Koko, London

4th May – The Globe, Cardiff

10th May – Focus Wales 2018, Wrexham

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Where Wildness Grows was recorded in London during summer 2017 by producer Neil Comber (Glass Animals, M.I.A, Songhoy Blues) and follows their much-acclaimed debut, A Dream Outside.

Gengahr formed at school in North London in 2013. Their debut album, A Dream Outside saw them secure multiple playlists across BBC Radio 1, BBC 6 Music and Radio X, pick up a number of dazzling reviews and play numerous stunning shows alongside the likes of Wolf Alice and Alt-J and play to packed tents at both the Glastonbury and Reading & Leeds festivals.

Gengahr are: Felix Bushe (vocals / guitar), John Victor (guitar), Danny Ward (drums) & Hugh Schulte (bass).

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