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Giver Of Life is 150 Friends Club’s Ep

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welcome to Edgar Allan Poets indie music corner. A space dedicated to the best new artists and bands we find around the web. Today’s featured band is 150 Friends Club and their Ep Giver Of Life.

Giver Of Life is 150 Friends Club’s Ep

Surely we are dealing with a very refined band.

As soon as I started listening to these beautiful songs I was immediately fascinated by the songwriting approach of 150 Friends Club.

The chord progression of these songs is intricate and unpredictable and the dynamic construction is very well thought out.

David Goo, the major architect of this musical project, proves to have a solid and mature artistic vision. One of the things I liked the most is that in the way he composes his tunes, you can feel the ethnic nuances of his homeland, Israel.

This mix between modernity and roots makes the sound of 150 Friends Club original and unique and makes them stand out from the crowd.

Giver Of Life is a solid ep that follows a coherent thread, all the songs are interesting and I suggest to everyone to go and listen to them.

A really nice find!

Giver Of Life is 150 Friends Club’s Ep Out Now!

Intense and Mature!

Giver Of Life is 150 Friends Club’s Ep

The 150 Friends Club is the brainchild of David Goo. Goo started playing piano at the age of 8 and began playing guitar and writing songs when he was 13. After moving back to England from the holy land of Israel, he spent years playing every open mic night in the land while starting odd bands here and there, the most important (for him, that is) being the David Goo Variety Band. After his wild and crazy Variety Band broke up, he was looking for likeminded musicians to express his somewhat more minor key fantasies with and found them with the excellent Oli Dacombe, Charlie Coulson-Smith and Mariya Brachkova.

As luck would have it, a year into playing gigs around London one of their songs Cutting Corners was used in a TV advert which followed into the making of two EPs and their debut album Monogamy. A month after its release, Goo had his first son and started writing a musical based on The Road which subsequently morphed into their second album Preach. Soon after the lockdowns started easing up, Goo got another stroke of luck, writing the song for eBay’s 2021/22 TV and radio campaign.

Now they are out with the new Ep Giver Of Life

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