Red Gazelle’s new track “Time Won’t Heal” comes out September 18 but you have to check this track out now. Right now. And I say right now because this song is viral. It will go viral for sure but what I mean by “is viral” is, well, just listen to it. The song is a perfect combination of rhythm, tone, hook, and thump. It’s hard in all the right places but has a continuous hook that is literally from the start of the song to the finish. I was actually kind of mad that the song ends almost abruptly at 3:15. Being a Gen X’r myself this brings me right back to 1992 when I thought music ruled the world. I’m not saying this song is dated at all. Far from it. What I am saying is that this song and what it means to me brings me back to what I think was a great time for music and this song and Red Gazelle are at that level. A Masterpiece in development.
About Red Gazelle:
Sydney’s Red Gazelle are not at the bottom of the food chain. Hard-out rock dudes straight outta Sydney, they are bringing the first taste of their forthcoming EP to light.
It’s called ‘Time Won’t Heal’ and it’s doesn’t go quietly. It’s out September 18 and they are launching it in Sydney on the same day at Brighton Up Bar.
The 4-piece crew recorded this single and EP between Def Wolf Studio & The Lockup Studio in Sydney, with the legend Daniel Antix at the helm producing, mixing and engineering, with Andrew Edgeson from the iconic 301 on Mastering duties.
The track is an unforgiving, unrelenting rock number, about being wronged and even time away from the situation not being about to heal the wounds. The band have come out of the blocks at pace ahead of their planned EP release with ‘Time won’t Heal.’ A film clip in support of the ‘Time Won’t Heal single’ has been filmed and will premiere very soon.
Red Gazelle are no slouches on the stage either – having played with touring bands like The Dead Love, She Rex, Drawcard, Rick Dangerous & The Silkie Bantams, MofoisDead and Hammers. Their debut show sold out at 300 capacity at Chatswood Club in Sydney – not an easy feat.
‘Time Won’t Heal’ is out September 18th on all good online stores and tickets for the ‘Time Won’t Heal’ single launch show at Brighton Up Bar are on sale now at brightonupbar.com.au.