Following the release of his immersive second album ‘Come All Sufferers’ earlier this year, singer/songwriter Gabriel Bruce releases the moody title track alongside a brand new video. The video see’s Gabriel at his messianic best, seemingly leading a troupe of followers into the wilderness. Watch here
A provocative mix of doomy funk, classic synths and Gabriel’s distinctive baritone, the track is an indie disco ready anthem for the disaffected.
After an extended hiatus following the breakthrough success of his debut release Love In Arms, vocalist Gabriel Bruce is back with his second album, Come All Sufferers; his most accomplished, accessible and self-assured work to date.
The album owes as much to early 90’s era indie pop, with its hook-filled anthemic choruses and razor sharp guitar crashes, as it does to the late 70’s Goth-disco sound which inspired much of Love in Arms.
Come All Sufferers is Bruce at his most impressive and accomplished. If Love In Arms was the sound of a young man’s inner frustrations, Come All Sufferers is the confident sound of an intriguing lyricist who is creating something qualitatively different from anything around at the moment.