TROPIC GOLD - Announce ‘What A Wonderful Experience’ EP out October 6 & New Single ‘DTTTH’!

Suffolk-via-Essex quartet, Tropic Gold have today announced their ‘What A Wonderful Experience’ EP will be released on October 6th via UNFD. Following their first release for the label with recently with the huge, ‘ADRENALINE’. the band mark today’s news with a brand new single, ‘DTTTH’, (short for Don’t Take This To Heart).

“DTTTH is about having a part of you that you use to love and losing that completely,” share the band. “It joins the feelings of losing a loved one, to losing that part of you that you loved. The feelings are near on the same, regret, remembering the times you were happiest, what would that version of you be doing now if they were here. People go through this every day and just sink into themselves behind closed doors, regret is a progression killer."

Teasing ‘What A Wonderful Experience’, the band explain that the title “can be interpreted in so many ways; it’s our most cohesive release yet and we’re eager to see how people relate to the songs in different, individual ways."

What A Wonderful Experience’ Tracklisting:

2) Maniac 
3) Damn(ed) 
5) Feel OK 

Tropic Gold offer up a sleekly modern meld of alternative, metal, pop, and electronica, cajoling their passions for a dynamic culture pool of music and production styles into a single sonic petri dish. Though originally formed in 2019, the quartet have spent years in the lab, developing their sound and strong aesthetics behind the closed doors of a bespoke, self-built multimedia studio. The Tropic Gold method is truly hands on, with guitarist Joshua Lee handling all production and recording duties, as well as diving into the weeds on their visual curation, manning the camera and edit suite as often as the production chair.

Today, with their vision firmly in grasp, the band are ready to move beyond the prologue, and have struck up a partnership with UNFD to bring their soaring, infectious soundscapes to a global audience. Pairing swathes of moody atmospherics with soaring, ear worm choruses, the band’s songs feel like they would be equally A Vibe™ pulsing across sticky, cramped dance floors as soaring atop airy arenas.

Coming on like a new romantic Bring Me The Horizon or a post breakup Don Broco who just discovered their parents copy of The Cure’s ‘Disintegration’ or a 45rpm copy of ‘Sing The Sorrow’ playing at 33rpm… tl;dr: Tropic Gold are as gloomy as they are catchy. Sharing a sonic space with the likes of the aforementioned BMTH and Broco, PVRIS, (latter day) Architects, Caskets, Spiritbox’s plaintive moments and even Enter Shikari (albeit on Valium), Tropic Gold are just getting started in figuring out how to weaponise their cocktail of slap and swag.