Gold Lake’s debut album Years is set for release tomorrow, November 4 and is now streaming below. The Brooklyn-based band hails from Madrid but, listening to their latest album, you’d think they’re from California. Their breezy dream-pop, with its bright guitar riffs and gauzy harmonies- mixed by Phil Ek, who’s helped Father John Misty and Fleet Foxes achieve a similar sound-has the feel of a place where the sunshines almost all 365 days a year.”
Gold Lake have confirmed a record release show at Glasslands on November 9.
Years was recorded at La Cabaña studios in Madrid and produced by the band. The album was engineered by Jose Nortes and mixed by Phil Ek (Fleet Foxes,The Walkmen, Father John Misty).
Leading to the release of Years Gold lake have released a handful of singles. Most recently the band premiered the single “Lovers”. The crux of this song is the vulnerability in the vocals that are strategically sandwiched between two episodic bursts of instrumentation. The waling, lo-fi guitar that cries out from a distance in the beginning cuts out at the minute mark, replaced by the closeness of Lua Rios’ stunning vocals layered over a twinkling guitar.” Another single, “Arles,” is available to stream here.