After the release of their impressive debut album “Touch” Melbourne synth-pop duo GL are back with a new double-A side single “Destiny/Reflect”. The record’s A-side cut “Destiny” finds the duo of Ella Thompson and Graeme Pogson delivering a sumptuous slice of analogue synth-pop just in time for summer. They are quoted saying, it’s a track about “looking for the positives and finding happiness in those around us.” Sit back and turn this up loud on your next sun soaked afternoon and enjoy!
[media url=”http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YUcEwOeF7JU” width=”690″ height=”380″] For clips of Zola Jesus performing, please check Lucas’s YouTube Channel. A barefoot Zola Jesus emerged from a side entrance of Carnegie Mellon University’s Wiegand Gymnasium without much fanfare. As the diminutive, experimental vocalist took the stage with her three-piece band, the crowd – scattered throughout the makeshift theater – turned to gaze at synth pop’s dark queen.