After a brief hiatus, Gold Streets was just back in the studio to record a couple of new songs. One of those is called, “Frequency,” and features the band’s signature sounds — post-punk rhythms and shoegaze/new-wave guitars with dual male/female vocals. Here, they play that song at a DIY artspace in Bushwick, Brooklyn.
Gold Streets plays at Bruar Falls in Brooklyn on Friday, September 2.
Official website for Gold Streets: http://goldstreetsnyc.com/
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