Fusing vintage instrumentation, bold electro-pop textures, and rugged beats with timeless Motown-tinged songcraft, The Gold Settingreleased their debut Volume and Tone EP last Friday. Fronted by Liza Colby, The Gold Setting boasts a fluid cast of all-stars including multi-instrumentalist/composer/arranger Todd Simon (Ghostface Killah, Sharon Jones, Lily Allen), Grammy-nominated Adam Berg(Decoders), and songwriter/producer/musician Richard Rudolph(Stevie Wonder, Minnie Riperton, A Tribe Called Quest, 2Pac, Chaka Kahn, En Vogue).
In celebration of release, The Gold Setting share their kaleidoscopic video for “My Love” today with The 405. Featuring vocals from Los Angeles-based producer/musician Godfrey At Large, the video was directed by Kevin Pastor of Untitled Productions. Watch it here.
Organic yet electrified, the Volume and Tone EP was recorded using a blend of old school 50s/60s techniques and modern technology, bringing out the authentic tones of the instruments yet delivering an explosive sound. As the band preps for a number of releases in 2017, Volume and Tone is only the beginning of their story – stay tuned for more!