Where the former was more affiliated with those seamless blenders of dreamy synth-pop, R&B and soul, Songs adds elements of singer-songwriter tradition to his irresistibly yearning electronica. “It wasn’t a conscious decision,” says Daniel Woolhouse. “But I’ve become more accepting of my voice, so it’s more prominent now, which led to structuring the songs in a more classic way. I also wanted people to hear the lyrics. It’s a process of being more upfront and honest.”

Songs‘ mood is still downbeat but tracks such ‘Two Hearts’ and ‘The Lovers’ would suggest he’s found more happiness in his life. “Life After Defo had bits of hope hidden inside but this one’s definitely more joyous,” Daniel agrees. “Instead of closing down I’m opening up and feeling more at peace with myself about certain things.”

DEPTFORD GOTH announces London ICA show and reveals new track "Two Hearts"

DEPTFORD GOTH reveals new track “Two Hearts”

With his second album Songs due for release on November 3rd via 37 Adventures, DEPTFORD GOTH has today announced news of a London headline show at the ICA later that month. Deptford Goth has also just revealed a second track entitled ‘Two Hearts’ from the album. The piano-based ‘Two Hearts’ is:

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DEPTFORD GOTH announces second album "Songs", released 3rd November on 37 Adventures, the label behind 679 Recordings, reveals new track "The Lovers"

Deptford Goth announces second album “Songs”

After the Deptford Goth’s album debut Life After Defo and the live shows that followed, Deptford Goth returns this Autumn with Songs, his second record of intensely slow-burning gems.Where the former was more affiliated with those seamless blenders of,

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