The Manchester based rock band have released their latest indie-rock anthem.
Their latest single, ‘Cherry Red’, is a fusion of 80’s synthesisers entwined with the sounds of guitars and prominent basslines.
It’s sound dances through light and shade as it tells the story of a romantic-power struggle a couple face.
Illustrating the sad realisation that a relationship just isn’t working out.
Lead vocalist, Conor Rabone, describes the single as: “a tale of your love/hate relationship with fear. His charm gets you in the bedroom but her power chains you to the bed. It’s then up to you whether that’s something you want to escape from or not.”
Gathering of strangers includes five talented members; Conor, Tom, Bruce, Peter and Andre.
They have been seeing a growing fan base since they formed the band in 2015.
Their diverse music taste and passionate lyrics have scored them headline shows at YES and Night & Day.
They’ve even had their music played and praised by BBC 6 music and Kerrang Radio.
Due to the growing support and appreciation for their music, they have worked with industry professionals on some of their singles.
This includes David Watts, Cenzo Townshend and Frank Arkwright and many more who have been watching the bands rising stardom.
GoS have released other singles which showcase their high-octane energy including the captivating debut ‘Nice Hair’ and ‘Lady’.
The nocturnal anthem, ‘Cherry Red’ can be streamed on music platforms now.
Keep an eye out for more entrancing singles from the band to be released in the coming months.
Their music is not something to sleep on, you will soon be addicted to the bands epic tracks.
GoS are currently on tour and will be in Birmingham next on December 4, 2021.
To find out more and make sure you don’t miss their live gigs, click here.