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Gggolddd - Put Out 'Notes On How To Trust' Single & Video


Gggolddd announce This Shame Should Not Be Mine, the new full length instalment to be released on April 1st, 2022 worldwide via Artoffact Records. Coinciding with the new album announcement, the Dutch experimental/post-rockers also present a music video for the first streaming single - "Notes On How To Trust".


Directed by Guido FG Jeurissen


Vocalist Milena Eva: "The new album tells the story of my personal experience with sexual assault. I was raped at the tender age of nineteen by someone I trusted and had fallen in love with. And it shaped me a lot. I’ve ignored my trauma and everything that comes with that for many years. It was easier to pretend it had not happened at all, than to accept it. The song "Notes On How To Trust" is about learning how to trust again after such trauma. When every boundary is blurry and every person you meet is a possible risk. It’s about trusting others but mostly trusting yourself."




Source: facebook.com
Band profile: Gggolddd
Posted: 03.12.2021 by Abattoir


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03.12.2021 - 12:13
RaduP
CertifiedHipster
Written by Dronewolf12 on 03.12.2021 at 12:11

Their last album was called "Why Aren't You Laughing?"

But it's safe to say that, since the name change, we all are now.

Not very classy to say that on the news piece of them launching a song detailing the singer's sexual assault.
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Do you think if the heart keeps on shrinking
One day there will be no heart at all?
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03.12.2021 - 13:05
Karlabos
Meat and Potatos
I don't know if I am remembering wrong or if this sounds completely different from their previous record.
Anyway, I like how this sounds
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Rose is red, violet is blue. Flag is win, Baba is you.
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03.12.2021 - 13:32
Dronewolf12

Written by RaduP on 03.12.2021 at 12:13

Written by Dronewolf12 on 03.12.2021 at 12:11

Their last album was called "Why Aren't You Laughing?"

But it's safe to say that, since the name change, we all are now.

Not very classy to say that on the news piece of them launching a song detailing the singer's sexual assault.


Yeah, sorry. I was poking fun at the name. I wasn't suggesting that sexual assault is funny. I deleted it now.
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03.12.2021 - 13:39
RaduP
CertifiedHipster
Written by Dronewolf12 on 03.12.2021 at 13:32

Written by RaduP on 03.12.2021 at 12:13

Written by Dronewolf12 on 03.12.2021 at 12:11

Their last album was called "Why Aren't You Laughing?"

But it's safe to say that, since the name change, we all are now.

Not very classy to say that on the news piece of them launching a song detailing the singer's sexual assault.


Yeah, sorry. I was poking fun at the name. I wasn't suggesting that sexual assault is funny. I deleted it now.


No worries. The name change is indeed pretty ridiculous, even if I understand the reasoning.
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Do you think if the heart keeps on shrinking
One day there will be no heart at all?
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03.12.2021 - 19:47
AndyMetalFreak
The Nice Guy
Not a bad song, I like the intense atmosphere it has, and to base the album on her experiences from a sexual assault is a brave, and Bold thing to do, so credit where it's due. I still can't get over the band name though.
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04.12.2021 - 05:55
ThomasBryant

Written by AndyMetalFreak on 03.12.2021 at 19:47

Not a bad song, I like the intense atmosphere it has, and to base the album on her experiences from a sexual assault is a brave, and Bold thing to do, so credit where it's due. I still can't get over the band name though.


Yea I'm still just calling them Gold
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