Voka Gentle - Start Clanging Cymbals
Voka Gentle are an experimental three-piece from London, comprised of William J Stokes and twins Imogen and Ellie Mason. Taking its root in folk and americana songwriting, the Voka sound draws upon the psychedelic soundscapes of the late 60s as well as contemporary experimental, pop and collage music; marrying classic instrumentation with sampling, analogue synthesis and sound manipulation.
Signed to Nude Records - they release their extraordinary special debut album 'Start Clanging Cymbals' on 7th June, including singles '1,000 Opera Singers Working In Starbucks', which was included in the official soundtrack of FIFA '19, and 'Peculiar Form of Sleep' from the end of 2018 as well as 'Sin is Crouching At Your Door', a psychedelic piece of cinematic experimental pop.
Somewhere between Animal Collective and Super Organism - Voka Gentle have a unique sound.
1. Salient Point
2. Punxsutawney Phil
3. Small Victory
4. [I Saw A Bright White Light]
5. 1,000 Opera Singers Working In Starbucks
6. Peculiar Form of Sleep (Tiresias Theban)
7. [It's All OK]
9. Tell 'Em, Makoto!
11. Xerxes '19 (feat. Kids Club Kampala Children's Choir)
12. ['Josh Shout Something!']
13. Sin Is Crouching At Your Door(Sad Puppy!!!1!)
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