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Premiere: Iris Gold shares uptempo track, ‘The Fruits’

Photo: Darren Skene
Iris Gold
Photo: Darren Skene

With the ability to switch her voice up on one track, the British singer-songwriter is one of the most interesting emerging new artists dwelling in Copenhagen, Denmark. The uptempo, sunny record celebrates natural beauty; comparing her sweetness to the fruits of the land. According to her biography, she grew up around nudists and free-thinkers. It could be the reason behind the security/confidence of her storytelling.

Hear ‘The Fruits’, the singer’s bombastic record exclusively now. It’s from her new EP out now, ‘Iris Gold the Interlude’.

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Iris Gold spun heads earlier this Summer with her debut track, ‘Goldmine’. A colourful and infectious amalgamation of party Hip-Hop and sunshine Pop, it was described as by the Guardian as “deliciously summery and laid-back at a time when most pop seems to want to make you have a heart attack”. Indie Shuffle said “not sure if I’m listening to laid-back West Coast sounds or future R&B from the studios of NYC”, while Popjustice simply decreed “this/she is really good”.


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