GOLD HOPE, a mesmerising alt-pop duo from North London, described as ‘A stunningly expressive, deeply atmospheric pop sound’ by CLASH Magazine comprises of members Zelah Van-Gowler and Elliot Neal who released their latest single ‘In My Mind’ on May 28th. In my mind encapsulates a distinctive blend of moody, raw and electronic soundscapes with soulful vocals and a focus on sultry, introspective lyrics, there is an all-encompassing range of human emotion and feeling to be found within the music. Prominent influences include BANKS, London Grammar and Sharon Van Etten.
Gold Hope are set to release their sophomore EP ‘Divided’ in July 2021, following their previous successes in 2020 which saw them support Asgier at Shepherds Bush Empire back in February of last year. This will be preceded by the release of their next single ‘Lifeline’ on June 25th.
The sultry duo’s debut EP ‘I’ received pick up from BBC Introducing in Cambridgeshire, CLASH mag, and Spotify’s editorial Alt-Pop and New Pop UK playlists.
The pair met whilst studying at university, with Zelah a keen writer and solo artist, and Elliot a budding lead guitarist and producer, and have experimented with different sounds and projects of their own over the years, including their previous joint project under the name ZELAH, the two are now further refining their identity as collaborative artists in 2021 under their new name GOLD HOPE.