Werewolves, The king and all of his Men, Glockenspiel pop, piano pop, epic pop, good pop! Folk pop, anti-folk pop, beautiful pop, and “pop-that-makes-you-say-awww!”
Goldheart Assembly are a six-piece who just have been together for less than a year, and have already signed to Fierce Panda Records. They’ve gained reputation from NME – something that led to triumphant shows at Glastonbury, V, Latitude and the Carling Weekend.
Goldheart Assembly released the debut album “Wolves and Thieves” in March 2010, an album with an outstanding epic folk style, and a lovely mixture of glockenspiel pop and lovely kingly folk-pop.
They’re known for their fragile beautiful country/folk/pop sound, combined with an acoustically beautiful pop lullaby and some remarkable vocals.
Wolf Gang is the stage name of Max McElligott from London, UK, son of a historian and a violinist and former student at the prestigious London School of Economics. His musical influences is, amongst others, Peter Gabriel, Talking Heads, David Bowie and Kate Bush.
‘The King and All of His Men’