Gone From My Sight are a musical duo who create truly bold art. Their songs are best described as dark ambient electronic rock, at times heartbreakingly beautiful, at times strange and welcoming. They achieve their own balance by leaning on their shared experimental music influences such as Radiohead, Aphex Twin, Nine Inch Nails and LCD Soundsystem.
On Gone From My Sight’s new album “Twenty Twenty”, Quinn Raymond and Keith Watts make compelling emotional and musical statements underpinned by anxiety, dissociation, and love in resignation.
Refreshingly honest and self-depreciating, the band would describe themselves slightly differently:
“Basically, it’s lo-fi indie synth rock with hand claps and an 808, and a very sad, paranoid voice wondering why we’re all here, where we’re going after, and if it even matters.”
“Twenty Twenty” is equally an essential listen for adventurous rock/metal, electronica and ambient music fans. It’s also recommended for those who appreciate dark music untethered to culture.
“Twenty Twenty” is available for pre-order on Deluxe Limited Edition Vinyl on Bandcamp. It is due for digital release on Oct 16.
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